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ResMed AirMini CPAP & Auto CPAP Travel Machine User Guide

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User guide




The ResMed AirMiniTM system combines ResMed’s AirMini self- adjusting pressure machine, masks and the AirMini by ResMed App.

Read this entire guide before using the machine.


In the US, Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.

Indications for use

The AirMini self-adjusting system is indicated for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in patients (female patients with mild to moderate OSA when using AutoSet for Her treatment mode) weighing more than 66 lb (30 kg).

It is intended for home and hospital use.


Positive airway pressure therapy may be contraindicated in some patients with the following pre-existing conditions:

  • severe bullous lung disease

  • pneumothorax

  • pathologically low blood pressure

  • dehydration

  • cerebrospinal fluid leak, recent cranial surgery, or trauma.

    Adverse effects

    You should report unusual chest pain, severe headache, or increased breathlessness to your prescribing physician. An acute upper respiratory tract infection may require temporary discontinuation of treatment.

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The following side effects may arise during the course of therapy with the machine:

  • drying of the nose, mouth, or throat

  • nosebleed

  • bloating

  • ear or sinus discomfort

  • eye irritation

  • skin rashes.

    At a glance

    The AirMini system includes the following:

AirMini: the AirMini machine, power supply unit, drawstring bag

and one of the following:

  • AirMini setup pack - F20: Air tubing, F20 connector OR

  • AirMini setup pack - N20: Air tubing, N20 connector, HumidX, HumidX Plus OR

  • AirMini mask pack for P10: Air tubing, AirFit P10 for AirMini mask (M), P10 cushion (S), P10 cushion (L), HumidX, HumidX Plus, AirFit P10 headgear clips.


Your AirMini system

Your AirMini system is comprised of the AirMini machine and one mask pack or one setup pack.

  1. A  AirMini machine

  2. B  F20 connector for AirMini and air tubing

  3. C  N20 connector for AirMini and air tubing

  4. D  AirFit P10 for AirMini and tubing

  1. 1  Start/Stop button

  2. 2  Power inlet

  3. 3  Air outlet

  4. 4  Air filter cover

  5. 5  Bluetooth® button

6 20W power supply unit
7 F20 connector for AirMini

8 Vent

9 Vent module

10 Anti Asphyxia Valve (AAV)

11 N20 connector for AirMini

12 AirFit P10 for AirMini

13 Heat moisture exchanger - HumidX (blue) and HumidX Plus (gray)

14 AirMini tubing

Your machine is compatible with ResMed's F20 and N20 series masks and with the AirFit P10 for AirMini. Make sure all parts and accessories used with the machine are compatible. For compatibility information, refer to for more information.

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Your AirMini machine is designed to work with ResMed’s AirMini app. However, the AirMini app is not essential to operate the machine. For more information on the AirMini app, refer to Using your machine with the AirMini app or the AirMini app Patient eHelp.

HumidX and HumidX Plus

The HumidX and HumidX Plus are waterless humidifiers. These are designed to provide more comfort by improving the moisture level in the air you breathe and offering relief from possible dryness.

The HumidX is a good starting point for finding the right level of humidification. The HumidX Plus will improve the humidity level further and is useful when the ambient humidity level is very low (eg, high altitudes, on an aircraft).

The HumidX and HumidX Plus can be used with the N20 connector for AirMini and AirFit P10 for AirMini only.

The HumidX and HumidX Plus must be replaced within 30 days of opening the HumidX/HumidX Plus pack.

Setting up and starting therapy Using your mask

Before you set up your machine, make sure you use a compatible mask. For a full list of compatible masks for this device, see the Mask/Device Compatibility List on If you do not have internet access, please contact your ResMed representative.

For information on fitting your mask, refer to the mask user guide.

Use your AirMini machine only as directed by your physician or healthcare provider.


Set up your machine

  1. Plug the power supply unit into the machine and the power outlet. The connector has an angled edge so that the power cord can only be inserted into the machine one way.

  2. Connect the gray end of the AirMini tubing firmly to the air outlet.

Add optional humidification (for N20 or AirFit P10 for AirMini only)
To insert the HumidX or HumidX Plus:

  1. Opentheconnectorby gently twisting it.

  2. HoldtheHumidX/HumidX Plus at the sides, with the colored side pointing down and insert it.

  3. Gently push together the connector and twist until it locks in place.

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Connect your mask

  1. Fit your mask as instructed in the mask user guide.

  2. Attach the connector to your mask.

F20 Series

Start therapy

1. Starttherapybypressing the Start/Stop button or breathe normally if SmartStartTM is enabled.

Stop therapy

1. Removeyourmask.

N20 Series

AirFit P10 for AirMini

2. Press the Start/Stop button or wait until the machine stops if SmartStop is activated.


Comfort features

Ramp Time, Pressure Relief and SmartStart are enabled on your machine.

Ramp Time

Designed to make the beginning of therapy more comfortable, Ramp Time is the period during which pressure gradually increases from a lower start pressure to the prescribed treatment pressure.

Pressure Relief

When Pressure Relief is enabled and turned on, you may find it easier to breathe out. This can help you get used to therapy.

Note: Pressure Relief must first be enabled by your provider. SmartStart

When SmartStart is turned on, therapy starts automatically when you breathe into your mask.


When SmartStop is turned on, therapy stops automatically after a few seconds when you remove your mask.

Expiratory Pressure Relief

Designed to make therapy more comfortable, Expiratory Pressure Relief (EPR) maintains optimal treatment during inhalation and reduces the delivered mask pressure during exhalation.

Changing comfort features

Your AirMini machine has been set up for your needs by your provider, but you may find that you want to make small adjustments to comfort settings to make your therapy more comfortable.

For more information about comfort settings, or for information on changing these settings, refer to the AirMini app Patient eHelp.

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Using your machine with the AirMini app

Your AirMini machine can be used with ResMed’s AirMini app. Once you have paired and connected your machine to your smart device via Bluetooth, you can start and stop therapy, change comfort settings and view your therapy data via the AirMini app. Data sent via Bluetooth is encrypted to protect your privacy.

Connecting your machine and smart device

Before connecting the AirMini machine to a smart device, ensure that the latest version of the AirMini app is installed on the smart device. If not, download the app from the App StoreSM or the Google Play store.

  1. Ensure your machine is set up correctly and plugged into a power source.

  2. On your smart device, enable Bluetooth.

  3. OpentheAirMiniapp.

    The first time you open the AirMini app, you will be asked to consent to the use of cookies, to accept ResMed’s terms of use and privacy policies, and to permit the AirMini app to upload your therapy data to the cloud.

    Four links on the Welcome page provide access to additional information about cookie use, ResMed’s terms of use and privacy policies and uploading data to the cloud:

    • To open and read an explanation of the way cookies are used to improve your experience with the AirMini app, click the Learn More link.

      Tap Done (iOSTM) or the Back button (AndroidTM) to return to the Welcome page.

    • To open and read ResMed’s terms of use, click the Terms link. Tap Done (iOS) or the Back button (Android) to return to the

      Welcome page.

    • To open and read ResMed’s privacy notice, click the Privacy link.

      Tap Done (iOS) or the Back button (Android) to return to the

      Welcome page.


To learn more about data privacy, click the my data link. Tap Done (iOS) or the Back button (Android) to return to the

Welcome page.

To provide consent and accept policies:

  • To provide consent for the use of cookies, leave the cookies check box selected. To deny consent for the use of cookies, deselect the box.

    Note: The check box for cookie consent is selected by default. Therefore, no action is required to provide your consent.

  • To accept ResMed’s terms of use and privacy notice, select the terms and privacy check box.

  • To provide consent for the AirMini app to upload data to the cloud, select the data upload box.


    • If you agree to allow the AirMini app to upload your therapy data to the cloud, it will be uploaded from the AirMini app to a secure server.

    • After you have agreed to have your data uploaded, these data transfers can be turned on or off in the Preferences section of the More menu.

    • Once you turn on data transfers in the Preferences section of the More menu, all available therapy data on the device will be uploaded to the cloud, not just data generated from that date forward.

    • Data will continue to be uploaded to the cloud until you turn off the transfers in the Preferences section of the More menu.

    • If you turn off data transfers in the Preferences section of the More menu, data generated from that point forward will not be uploaded to the cloud. However, data transferred to the cloud previously will remain in the cloud.

  1. Once selections are complete on the Welcome page, tap Continue.

  2. On your machine, press the Bluetooth button when prompted by the AirMini app.

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When the light starts to flash blue , Bluetooth is enabled on your AirMini machine and ready to connect.

  1. On your smart device, tap Connect.
    When your AirMini machine is discovered, the machine name

    appears in the machine selection list.

  2. Selectthemachinenamefromthelisttoconnect.

  3. ThefirsttimeyoupairyourAirMinimachinewithyoursmartdevice, you will need to perform the authentication procedure.

    When prompted by the AirMini app, authenticate by entering the four-digit key located on the back of your machine.

    Alternatively, you can tap Scan code. If permission has not been granted already, you will be prompted by the AirMini app to allow the use of your smart device's camera and then to position the machine’s QR code within the camera's viewing frame.

    Note: The QR code is located on the back of your AirMini machine.

  4. TapDone.
    When successfully connected, the Bluetooth connection icon is

    displayed in the top right corner of the AirMini app.


Bluetooth status indicators

Bluetooth indicator light is flashing blue.

Bluetooth indicator light is constantly blue.

Bluetooth indicator light is constantly white (airplane mode).

Bluetooth indicator light is off.

Your machine is in discoverable mode and ready for pairing.

Your machine is connected to your smartphone.

Bluetooth on your machine is disabled.

Your machine is not connected to your smartphone.

Note: Once therapy starts, the indicator light will start to fade. Cleaning and maintenance

It is important that you regularly clean your AirMini machine to make sure you receive optimal therapy. The following sections will help you with disassembly, cleaning and checking your machine.


  • As part of good hygiene, always follow cleaning instructions. Some cleaning products may damage the air tubing and affect its function, or leave harmful residual vapours that could be inhaled if not rinsed thoroughly.

  • The AirMini connectors and AirFit P10 for AirMini contain a vent system to prevent carbon dioxide build-up in the mask. The vent system must be kept clean and clear of contamination in order to function correctly. Blocking or modifying the vent system may result in excessive carbon dioxide rebreathing.

  • Regularly clean your AirMini tubing, connectors and mask components to receive optimal therapy and to prevent the growth of germs that can adversely affect your health.

  • Regularly inspect the HumidX/HumidX Plus and follow the cleaning and maintenance instructions to prevent the growth of germs that can adversely affect your health.

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If any visible deterioration of a system component is apparent (cracking, discoloration, tears etc.), the component should be discarded and replaced.

Remove the connector (F20 and N20 only)

1. Remove the connector from the mask by pressing the side buttons and pulling it away.

Disconnect the AirMini tubing (F20 only)

1. DisconnecttheF20 connector from the AirMini tubing by gently twisting and pulling it away.


Disconnect the AirMini tubing (N20 and AirFit P10 for AirMini only)

1. Disconnectthevent module from the AirMini tubing by gently twisting it and pulling the two pieces apart.

Remove the HumidX/HumidX Plus (N20 and AirFit P10 for AirMini only)

1. Disconnectthemasktube from the vent module by gently twisting and pulling the two pieces apart. If you are using the HumidX or HumidX Plus, remove it from the vent module.

Note: The HumidX and HumidX Plus cannot be washed.

Unplug the machine

  1. DisconnecttheAirMini tubing from the machine by pressing the side buttons on the cuff and pulling it away.

  2. Unplugthepowersupply unit from the power outlet and the machine.

For mask disassembly instructions, refer to your mask user guide.

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Cleaning and replacing parts

Detach all components according to the disassembly instructions and make sure that the HumidX/HumidX Plus is removed and stored in a clean, dry location.

Inspect the HumidX/HumidX Plus

  1. Check daily for any signs of damage or blockages caused by dirt or dust.

  2. It must be replaced within 30 days after opening.

  3. When the HumidX/HumidX Plus is not being used, store it in a clean, dry location.

Note: HumidX/HumidX Plus cannot be washed. Clean the AirMini tubing

  1. Clean and check the air tubing each week. AirMini tubing should be replaced at least every six months.

  2. Wash the AirMini tubing in warm water using a mild liquid detergent, for example Ultra Joy dishwashing liquid.

  3. Rinse thoroughly and allow to dry out of direct sunlight and/or heat.

  4. Check the AirMini tubing and replace it if there are any holes, tears or cracks.

Note: Do not wash the AirMini tubing in a dishwasher or washing machine.


Clean the F20 connector for AirMini

  1. Clean and check the F20 connector daily. The connector should be replaced at least every six months.

  2. Wash in warm water using a mild liquid detergent, for example Ultra Joy dishwashing liquid.

  3. Clean with a soft bristle brush paying particular attention to the vent holes.

  4. Rinse well under running water. Shake to remove excess water and allow to dry out of direct sunlight.

  5. Checkthatthereisnodirtordustintheventholes.

Note: Do not wash in a dishwasher or washing machine.

Clean the N20 connector for AirMini

  1. Clean and check the N20 connector daily. The connector should be replaced at least every six months.

  2. Washtheconnectorinwarmwaterusingamildliquiddetergent,for example Ultra Joy dishwashing liquid.

  3. Clean with a soft bristle brush paying particular attention to the vent holes inside the connector.

  4. Rinse well under running water. Shake to remove excess water and allow to dry out of direct sunlight.

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5. Checkthatthereisnodirtordustintheventholes. Note: Do not wash in a dishwasher or washing machine.

Clean the AirFit P10 for AirMini

Refer to your mask guide for cleaning instructions.

Change the air filter

Replace at least every 6 months. It cannot be washed.

Check and replace it more often if there are any holes or blockages caused by dirt or dust.

To change the air filter:

  1. Slide the air filter cover off and remove the old air filter.

  2. Insert a new air filter and replace the air filter cover.


  • Make sure the air filter cover is fitted at all times to prevent water and dust from entering the machine.

  • The use of ResMed approved hypoallergenic filter will result in a small reduction in the accuracy of the delivered pressure at high leaks.


Cleaning the machine

1. Wipetheexteriorwithadryclotheachweek.


The AirMini tubing, AirMini connectors, vent module and HumidX/HumidX Plus must be discarded and replaced, as they can not be disinfected and can not be used between other patients.

For mask cleaning instructions, see your mask user guide.


You can take your AirMini machine with you wherever you go. Make sure you have the appropriate power supply for the region you are traveling to. For information on purchasing, contact your care provider.

Traveling by airplane

For some airlines, medical devices do not count toward carry-on luggage limits. Please check with your airline for their policy regarding medical equipment.

You can use your AirMini machine on a plane as it meets the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements. Air travel compliance letters can be downloaded and printed from

When using the machine on an airplane:

  • When connected to power, disable Bluetooth (enter airplane mode)

    by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button for at least ten seconds until the indicator light is white.

  • Do not use the AirMini app.

  • Use the Start/Stop button on your machine to start therapy,

  • To reconnect Bluetooth (exit airplane mode), press the Bluetooth button.

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If you have any problems, have a look at the following troubleshooting topics. If you are not able to fix the problem, contact your care provider or ResMed. Do not try to open the machine.

Problem/possible cause Solution
Air is leaking from around my mask / Mask is too noisy

Mask may be fitted incorrectly.

The AirMini system may be assembled incorrectly.

Make sure your mask is fitted correctly. See your mask user guide for fitting instructions or run the Mask Fit function using the AirMini app to check your mask fit and seal.

Make sure your AirMini system is correctly assembled. Refer to Setting up and starting therapy for more information.

Air pressure in my mask seems too low / It feels like I am not getting enough air

Ramp may be in progress.

HumidX or vent might be blocked. HumidX may be wet.

Using the AirMini app, confirm the Ramp function has been enabled. If so, wait for air pressure to build up or turn Ramp Time off using the AirMini app.

Inspect the HumidX and vent for blockages or damage. Refer to Cleaning and maintenance for more information.

The HumidX should be dry when starting therapy. Check if HumidX is wet and replace as necessary.


Problem/possible cause
I cannot start therapy
Power may not be connected.


Connect the power supply unit and make sure the plug is fully inserted. The green indicator light on the power supply unit should be illuminated.

Check that the green indicator light above the Start/Stop button on the machine is also illuminated.

Ensure that the air tubing is properly connected. Press the Start/Stop button to continue therapy.

Make sure your mask is fitted correctly. Alternatively, disable SmartStop.

My therapy has stopped

The air tubing may be disconnected.

You may have high leak and SmartStop enabled.

The Bluetooth indicator light is constantly white. I cannot pair to my machine

Bluetooth is disabled. Press the Bluetooth button for 3 seconds. When the Bluetooth indicator light flashes

blue, the machine is ready for pairing.

I cannot scan the QR code to pair my machine

The camera is not focused or broken, or the QR code label is damaged.

The QR code label is unreadable.

You can pair your machine manually by entering into your smart device the four- digit key found on the back of your machine.

Contact your care provider.

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Problem/possible cause Solution
The light above the Start/Stop button is flashing green
An error has occurred on the machine. Unplug your machine. Wait a few seconds

and then plug it back in.

If the problem persists, contact your care provider. Do not open the machine.

I am experiencing dryness (dry or blocked nose)

Mask may be fitted incorrectly Adjust and refit your mask to improve seal. Check that there is no air leaking from the


If mask seal is good, try the HumidX Plus. Humidification may be required Try therapy using the HumidX

I am using the HumidX/HumidX Plus and I am getting uncomfortable droplets of water on my nose, mask or air tubing

Humidity level is too high

If using the HumidX: Remove the HumidX and try therapy without humidification.

If using the HumidX Plus: Try the Humid X instead. This will help to reduce the water droplets.

If you are still experiencing problems, contact your care provider.

Note: You may need to use the HumidX/HumidX Plus when ambient humidity conditions change.


General warnings and cautions WARNING

  • Make sure that you arrange the air tubing so that it will not twist around the head or neck.

  • Keep the power cord away from hot surfaces.

  • Make sure the power cord and plug are in good condition and

    the equipment is not damaged.

  • If you notice any unexplained changes in the performance of the machine, if it is making unusual sounds, if the machine or the power supply are dropped or mishandled, or if the enclosure is broken, discontinue use and contact your care provider or your ResMed Service Center.

  • Do not open or modify the machine. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Repairs and servicing should only be performed by an authorized ResMed service agent.

  • Beware of electrocution. Do not immerse the machine, power supply or power cord in water. If liquids are spilled into or onto the machine, unplug the machine and let the parts dry. Always unplug the machine before cleaning and make sure that all parts are dry before plugging it back in.

  • Do not use with oxygen. Any sources of oxygen must be located more than 1 m away from the machine to avoid risk of fire and burns.

  • Do not perform any maintenance tasks while the machine is in operation.

  • Use only AirMini masks and accessories that allow for normal breathing to avoid asphyxiation.

  • The use of accessories other than those specified for the machine is not recommended. This may result in increased electromagnetic emissions or decreased immunity of the machine and result in improper operation.

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  • The machine should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment. If adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the machine should be observed to verify normal operation in the configuration in which it will be used.

  • The F20, N20 and P10 connectors for AirMini are fitted with vents. The F20 connector for AirMini is also fitted with an AAV. The AAV and vents have specific safety functions to prevent carbon dioxide build-up in the mask. The AAV and vents should be kept clean and not covered or blocked. The connectors should not be used if the vent or AAV are damaged as they will not be able to perform their safety functions. The connectors should be replaced if the valves of the vent or AAV are damaged, distorted or torn.

  • The machine is not intended to be operated by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities without adequate supervision by a person responsible for the patient’s safety.

  • The device has not been tested or certified for use in the vicinity of X-ray, CT or MRI equipment. Do not bring the device within 13 ft (4 m) of X-ray or CT equipment. Never bring the device into an MR environment.


  • Use only ResMed AirMini parts, masks and accessories with the machine. Non-ResMed AirMini parts may reduce the effectiveness of the treatment, may result in excess carbon dioxide rebreathing and/or damage the machine. For compatibility information, refer to for more information.

  • Blocking the air tubing and/or air inlet of the machine while in operation could lead to overheating of the machine.


  • Keep the area around the machine dry, clean and clear of anything (eg, clothes, pillows or bedding) that could block the air inlet or cover the power supply unit.

  • Do not use bleach, chlorine, alcohol, or aromatic-based solutions, moisturizing or antibacterial soaps or scented oils to clean the machine or air tubing. These solutions may cause damage and reduce the life of the products.

  • Do not insert any USB cable into the machine or attempt to plug the power supply unit into a USB device. This may cause damage to the machine or USB device.

    Technical specifications

    Units are expressed in cm H2O and hPa. 1 cm H2O is equal to 0.98 hPa.

Power supply unit

AC input range:

100–240V, 50–60Hz, 0.5-0.3A 115V, 400Hz for aircraft use, 0.4A 24V 0.83A

DC output:
Typical power consumption:
Peak power consumption:
If power is interrupted during therapy, the machine will automatically restart therapy when power is restored.

AirMini power

Standby power consumption:

Environmental conditions

Operating temperature:

1 W

+41°F to +95°F (+5°C to +35°C)
Note: Under extreme ambient temperature

conditions (104°F/40°C) the air and parts of the tubing near the mask may reach temperatures up to 109°F/43°C. These parts of the tubing are not in contact with the user and the machine remains safe under these extreme conditions.

10 to 95% relative humidity, non- condensing

Operating humidity:

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Operating altitude:

Storage and transport temperature: Storage and transport humidity:

Air filter

Standard: Hypoallergenic:

AirMini machine


Housing construction: Air outlet:

AirMini air tubing

Material: Length:
Inner diameter:

Sea level to 8,500' (2,591 m); air pressure range 1013 hPa to 738 hPa
-13°F to +158°F (-25°C to +70°C)
5 to 95% relative humidity, non- condensing

Material: Polyester non woven fiber Average arrestance: >75% when tested to EN779
Material: Blended synthetic fibers in a polypropylene carrier
Efficiency: >80% (average) when tested to EN 13274-7

5.4" (W) x 3.3" (D) x 2.1"(H)
136 mm (W) x 84 mm (D) x 52 mm (H)
10.6 oz (300 g)
Flame retardant engineering thermoplastic Proprietary connector, 16mm inner diameter. Not compatible with EN ISO 5356-1 connectors.

Flexible plastic 6'2" (1.9 m) 0.6" (15 mm)


Electromagnetic compatibility

The AirMini complies with all applicable electromagnetic compatibility requirements (EMC) according to IEC60601-1-2:2014, for residential, commercial and light industry environments. Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used no closer to any part of the machine, including cables, than the recommended 10 cm separation distance. The AirMini has been designed to meet EMC standards. However, should you suspect that the machine performance (eg, pressure or flow) is affected by other equipment, move the machine away from the possible cause of interference.

The AirMini complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standards. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This machine may not cause harmful interference, and this machine must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

FCC ID: QOQBT121, IC: 5123A-BGTBT121
Additional information regarding the FCC Rules and IC compliance for this machine can be found on

Aircraft use

ResMed confirms that machine meets the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements (RTCA/DO-160, section 21, category M) for all phases of air travel.

Wireless technology

Technology used: Connection types: Frequency:
Max RF power output: Operating range:

SPP, iAP2, GATT 2402 to 2480 MHz +4 dBm
10 m (Class 2)

It is recommended that the machine is at a minimum distance of 0.43" (1.1cm) from the body during operation. Not applicable to masks, air tubing or accessories.

IEC 60601-1 (Edition 3.1) classification

Class II (double insulation), Type BF, Ingress protection IP22.

Operating pressure range

AutoSet, AutoSet For Her, CPAP: 4 to 20 cm H2O (4 to 20 hPa)

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Maximum single fault steady pressure

Machine will shut down in the presence of a single fault if the steady state pressure exceeds 30 cm H2O (30 hPa) for more than 6 seconds or 40 cm H2O (40 hPa) for more than 1 second.

Pneumatic flow path

1. Flow sensor
2. Blower
3. Pressure sensor
4. AAV (F20 connector only)
5. Vent
6. HumidX (N20, P10 connectors only) 7. Mask
8. Air tubing
9. Machine
10. Inlet filter

Pressure accuracy

Maximum static pressure variation at 10 cm H2O (10 hPa) according to ISO 80601-2-70:2015:

Tested with full face mask: ±0.5 cm H20 (0.5 hPa)

Maximum dynamic pressure variation according to ISO 80601-2-70:2015

Machine with full face mask

Pressure 10 BPM [cm H2O (hPa)]
4 0.5
8 0.5

12 0.5 16 0.5 20 0.5

15 BPM

0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7

20 BPM

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0


Flow (maximum) at set pressures

The following are measured accordingly to ISO 80601-2-70:2015 at the end of the specified air tubing:

cm H
2O (hPa)

4 8 12 16 20

AirMini machine and AirMini air tubing L/min (including uncertainty)

119 116 112 108 105

Measurement system uncertainties

In accordance with ISO 80601-2-70:2015 the measurement uncertainty of the manufacturer's test equipment is:

For measures of flow

For measures of static pressure For measures of dynamic pressure For measures of volume (< 100 mL) For measures of volume (100 mL) For measures of time

± 1.5 L/min or ± 2.7% of reading (whichever is greater)
± 0.15 cm H
2O (hPa)
± 0.27 cm H
2O (hPa)

± 5 mL or 6% of reading (whichever is greater) ± 20 mL or 3% of reading (whichever is greater) ± 10 ms

Note: ISO 80601-2-70:2015 stated accuracies and test results provided in this manual for these items already include the relevant measurement uncertainty from the table above.


Declared dual-number noise emission values in accordance with ISO 4871:1996 Pressure level measured according to ISO 29 dBA with uncertainty of 2 dBA 80601-2-70:2015 (CPAP mode)
Power level measured according to ISO 37 dBA with uncertainty of 2 dBA 80601-2-70:2015 (CPAP mode)

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The A-weighted sound pressure level measured according to ISO 17510:2015: Air tubing connected to AirMini F20 19 dBA with uncertainty of 3 dBA connector with mask
Air tubing connected to AirMini N20 or 15 dBA with uncertainty of 3 dBA P10 connectors with mask

The A-weighted sound power level measured according to ISO 17510:2015:

Air tubing connected to AirMini F20 connector with mask
Air tubing connected to the AirMini N20 or P10 connectors with mask

Pressure flow curve (ISO 17510:2015)

27 dBA with uncertainty of 3 dBA 23 dBA with uncertainty of 3 dBA

Pressure Flow [cm H2O [L/min] (hPa)]
4 21

8 26 12 29 16 31 20 33


Inspiratory and expiratory resistance with AAV open to atmosphere

(ISO 17510:2015)

Inspiration at 50L/min Expiration at 50L/min

AAV Pressures (ISO 17510:2015)

Open-to-atmosphere pressure Closed-to-atmosphere pressure

Design life

Machine, power supply unit: Air tubing, connectors: HumidX:

F20 connector

0.7 cm H2O (hPa) 0.5 cm H2O (hPa)

F20 connector 0.9 cm H2O (hPa) 1.0 cm H2O (hPa)

5 years 6 months 30 days



The patient is an intended operator.


  • The manufacturer reserves the right to change these specifications without notice.

  • The mask system does not contain PVC, DEHP or phthalates.

  • This product is not made with natural rubber latex.


    The following symbols may appear on the product or packaging.

    Read instructions before use (IEC 60601-1) Indicates a warning or caution (IEC 60601-1) Follow instructions before use (IEC 60601- 1) Manufacturer. (ISO 15223-1) European Authorized Representative (ISO 15223-1) Batch code (ISO 15223-1)

    Catalog number (ISO 15223-1) Serial number (ISO 15223-1) Device number On / Off. (IEC 60601-1) Protected

    against finger sized objects and against dripping water when tilted up to 15 degrees from specified orientation (IEC 60601-1-11) Direct current (IEC 60601-1) Type BF applied part( IEC 60601-1) Class II equipment (IEC60601-1) Humidity limitation (ISO 15223-1)

    Temperature limitation (ISO 15223-1) Non-ionising radiation

    (IEC60601-1-2) Bluetooth (Bluetooth Brand guide) Prescription only (In the US, Federal law restricts these

    devices to sale by or on the order of a physician) (21 CFR 801) Operating altitude Atmospheric pressure limitation (ISO

    15223-1) Complies with RTCA DO-160 section 21, category M.

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MR unsafe (do not use in the vicinity of an MRI device) (ASTM

F2503) Replace 30 days after opening. Do not use if package is damaged. (ISO 15223-1).

Environmental information (EU directive 2012/19/EE Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE))

This machine should be disposed of separately, not as unsorted municipal waste. To dispose of your machine, you should use appropriate collection, reuse and recycling systems available in your region. The use of these collection, reuse and recycling systems is designed to reduce pressure on natural resources and prevent hazardous substances from damaging the environment.

If you need information on these disposal systems, please contact your local waste administration. The crossed-bin symbol invites you to use these disposal systems. If you require information on collection and disposal of your ResMed machine please contact your ResMed office, local distributor or go to


The AirMini machine is intended to provide safe and reliable operation when operated in accordance with the instructions provided by ResMed. ResMed recommends that the AirMini machine be inspected and serviced by an authorized ResMed Service Centre if there is any sign of wear or concern with device function. Otherwise, service and inspection of the products generally should not be required during their design life.


Limited warranty

ResMed Ltd (hereafter 'ResMed') warrants that your ResMed product shall be free from defects in material and workmanship from the date of purchase for the period specified below.


  • Mask systems (including mask frame, cushion, headgear and tubing)—excluding single-use devices

  • Accessories—excluding single-use devices

  • Batteries for use in ResMed internal and external battery


  • CPAP machine (including external power supply units)

Warranty period

90 days

6 months

2 years

This warranty is only available to the initial consumer. It is not transferable.

If the product fails under conditions of normal use, ResMed will repair or replace, at its option, the defective product or any of its components.

This Limited Warranty does not cover: a) any damage caused as a result of improper use, abuse, modification or alteration of the product; b) repairs carried out by any service organization that has not been expressly authorized by ResMed to perform such repairs; and c) any damage or contamination due to cigarette, pipe, cigar or other smoke.

Warranty is void on product sold, or resold, outside the region of original purchase.

Warranty claims on defective product must be made by the initial consumer at the point of purchase.

This warranty replaces all other expressed or implied warranties, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Some regions or states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

ResMed shall not be responsible for any incidental or consequential damages claimed to have resulted from the sale, installation or use of any ResMed product. Some regions or states do not allow the exclusion

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or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from region to region. For further information on your warranty rights, contact your local ResMed dealer or ResMed office.

Further information

If you have any questions or require additional information on how to use the machine, contact your care provider.


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