I have asthma. Its under control thanks to Advair twice daily and the occasional Ventolin. But once in a while the acute attack happens. And its not pretty. It is great fro travel because it is low watts. Its 12 v x 1 amp. So 12 w total. Even the ac adapter is 12v. But the bottom of the unit says 0.8amps and the ac adapter says 1apm. Not sure why but it still very low watts. And it is good enough for my needs. The above picture is a Pari Vios 310B0000. Not sure why it says 1.5 amps. Because 1.5 x 12 is 180 watts not 80 watts like it says in the picture. But maybe 1.5 is max amps and 80 is the normal operating watts. But if it does use 80 watts normally when running that is good and well below the 120 watts most cars allowed.The Probasics RiteNeb by PMI is also low watts. It is only 1.1 apms. 1.1 x 115 is 126.5 and 1.1 x 120 is 132. Slightly over and might work. Or if you have the schumacher 140 watter inverter and at least 20 amp car it would be ok. This is the one I got for my moms car. According to one nice guy at toyotanation forums If that is true then 120 is not the limit. I was just using a lower watt inverter. So that mean a 1.7 amp machine will do that opens a lots of possibilities.The INVACARE IR 1705 is also 1.1 amps so should work in any car with at least an 20 amp fuses and mabye in a 120 watt car. Unless the 120 watt is strict and will blow a fuse with anything over, even 1 watt.Comments are closed.
