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ResMed Ceases Cellular AirSense 10 CPAP Production

ResMed has recently ceased production of cellular AirSense 10 CPAP devices due to the worldwide shortage of cellular modules.

According to ResMed:
“The worldwide shortage of cellular modules used in our connected devices continues to impact many industries, including ours. Despite our best efforts, it is becoming increasingly difficult to source these components. We are now at a point where without change, we will soon not have enough modules to meet the expected demand for our devices.”

Which ResMed CPAP devices are affected?

• AirSense 10 Elite 3G (37439)
• AirSense 10 Elite 4G (37460)
• Airsense 10 AutoSet 3G (37436)
• AirSense 10 AutoSet 4G (37457)
• AirSense 10 AutoSet For Her 3G (37437)
• AirSense 10 AutoSet For Her 4G (37458)

What is ResMed replacing cellular AirSense 10 CPAP devices with?
ResMed will be replacing the affected cellular CPAP devices with the following card-to-cloud devices:

• AirSense 10 Elite (37314)
• AirSense 10 AutoSet (37316)

When will ResMed resume production of cellular AirSense 10 CPAP devices?
ResMed has not given any indication as to when cellular CPAP device production will resume.

Can I still purchase cellular AirSense 10 CPAP devices?
We anticipate Australian CPAP providers will be selling the remainder (if any) of their AirSense 10 3G and 4G device stock left in their inventory. At Sove CPAP Clinic, we estimate we have a few more week’s supply of:
AirSense 10 Elite 3G (37439) – $1,022

Airsense 10 AutoSet 3G (37436) – $1,379

AirSense 10 AutoSet For Her 3G (37437) – $1,379

Click on the above links to check availability at Sove CPAP Clinic.

If you have been recommended a cellular CPAP device by your health professional, we recommend making your purchase decision soon to avoid disappointment.

What is the difference between ResMed’s cellular and card-to-cloud CPAP devices?
The card-to-cloud CPAP devices will not have built-in cellular connectivity. This means the device has no wireless data transmission capability and no compatibility with myAir, ResMed’s online support program and app. Users will instead be able to view their nightly data on the device’s home screen each morning, as well as access their therapy reports by accessing the Sleep Report menu on the home screen.

To view therapy data on AirView or ResScan, the data will need to be manually downloaded from the device’s SD card. Apart from the absence of cellular connectivity, the card-to-cloud CPAP devices are identical to the current AirSense 10 CPAP devices.

When will Sove CPAP Clinic commence selling the card-to-cloud CPAP devices?
Sove CPAP Clinic is committed to providing our customers with the lowest prices for CPAP equipment as well as updates on important Sleep Apnoea and CPAP news that affect you.

To assist with a smooth transition from cellular to card-to-cloud CPAP devices, Sove CPAP Clinic has already commenced offering cellular and card-to-cloud CPAP devices concurrently. Links to the products are as follows:

AirSense 10 Elite (37314) – $998

AirSense 10 AutoSet (37316) – $1,350

Are there any alternative CPAP devices that has cellular connectivity?
Fisher & Paykel’s SleepStyle Auto CPAP machine has an in-built cellular modem. We recommend consulting your health professional to discuss whether this device is right for you. Click here for more information and availability on this product.

Questions and Support
If you have any questions in relation to any of the above, please do not hesitate to contact our Sove CPAP Consultant team on 1300 76 29 39 or by emailing info@thecpapclinic.com.au