- The BMC RESmart G1 CPAP machine is the perfect constant CPAP machine.
- Work mode is constant CPAP only. Set to your desired output pressure (4 to 20 cmH20). Features all the functions you need.
- Comes complete with its own integral humidifier.
- The BMC RESmart CPAP machine is a proven performer in the Australian market.
- Perfectly packaged, solid and reliable, it will provide years of consistent service either as your daily CPAP machine or your occasional CPAP travel unit.
- Perfect for those users not requiring the AutoCPAP function.
- Constant CPAP Mode
- SD Card Data Storage
- 0 ~ 60 minute ramp time
- Start airflow with breathing. Stop airflow when mask taken off
- Automatic mask leak detection and compensation
- RESlex Exhalation pressure relief
- Mask Off alert
- Display with backlight and illuminated user buttons
- Convenient carry handle
- Easy review of the last night’s sleep data
- Heated humidifier
Indicate the humidity level. There are five levels in total. The number of indicator lights that light up is directly proportional to the humidity level. If none of the indicator lights light up, it means the humidifier is turned off
Press this button to mute the alert. However, if the problem causing the alert is not solved, the alert will sound again two minutes later
Start treatment and adjust device settings
Enable the Ramp feature
Display menus for operation, messages, monitoring data, etc.
Indicate the power supply status
Deliver pressurized air; connects to the tube
SD Card Slot
Insert the SD card into this slot
Connected to external equipment (Not for connection to un-recommended devices)
An inlet for the DC power supply
Place the cap on the air filter, which is used to filter dust and pollen in the air entering the device.
The device delivers the following therapy:
- CPAP – Delivers Continuous Positive Airway Pressure; CPAP maintains a constant level of pressure throughout the breathing cycle. If your health care professional has prescribed ramp for you, you can press the Ramp Button to reduce the pressure and then gradually increase the pressure to the therapeutic pressure setting so that you can fall asleep more comfortably.
- Titrate– Delivers CPAP therapy while automatically adjusting the pressure level to meet the patient’s needs. It is used for determining the patient’s optimal fixed CPAP pressure. This setting was added to the Maintenance Menu and only can be accessed by home care provider.
- Apnea: A condition marked by the cessation of spontaneous breathing.
- Auto-CPAP: Adjust CPAP pressure automatically to improve patient comfort based on monitoring of apnea and snoring events.
- Auto Off: When this feature is enabled, the device automatically discontinues therapy whenever the mask is removed.
- Auto On: With this feature, the device automatically initiates therapy when you breathe into the mask. This feature is always enabled.
- CPAP: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure.
- iCode: A feature that is intended to give access to compliance and therapy management information. The “iCode” consists of six separate codes displayed in the Patient Menu
- LPM: Liters Per Minute.
- OSA: Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
- Patient Setup Menu: The display mode in which you can change patient-adjustable device settings, such as the ramp starting pressure.
- Ramp: A feature that may increase patient comfort when therapy is started. It can reduce pressure and then gradually increase the pressure to the prescription setting so the patient can fall asleep more comfortably.
- Reslex: A therapy feature that provides pressure relief during exhalation, if enabled by your home care provider.
- Standby State: The state of the device when power is applied but the airflow is turned off.
- Titrate: A therapy that delivers CPAP therapy while automatically adjusting the pressure level to meet the patient’s needs.
220 mm × 194 mm × 112 mm, 313 × 194 × 112 mm (with InH2 heated humidifier)
1.6kg, 2.4 kg(with InH2 heated humidifier)
Product Use, Transport and Storage
Transport and Storage
5 to 30℃
-20 to 55℃
≤ 80% Non-condensing
≤ 93% Non-condensing
860 to 1060 hPa
500 to 1060 hPa
Mode of Operation
CPAP, Auto, Titrate
AC Power Consumption
100 ～ 240 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz, 1.0 A max
Type of Protection Against Electric Shock
Class II Equipment
Degree of Protection Against Electric Shock
Type BF Applied Part
Degree of Protection Against Ingress of Water
IPX1 –Drip-Proof, Vertical
4 to 20 hPa (in 0.5 hPa increments)
4 to 20 hPa (±1 hPa)
Manually setting, level 0, 1, 2
Automatic altitude compensation
Sound Pressure Level
＜30 dB，when the device is working at the pressure of 10 hPa
Test Pressure (hPa)
Average Flow at the Patient
Connection Port (l/min)
Studies have shown that the following pre-existing conditions may contraindicate the use of positive airway pressure therapy for some patients:
- Bullous Lung Disease
- Bypassed Upper Airway
- Pathologically Low Blood Pressure
- Pneumocephalus has been reported in a patient using nasal
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. Caution should be used when prescribing CPAP for susceptible patients such as those with: cerebral spinal fluid leaks, abnormalities of the cribriform plate, prior history of head trauma, and/or pneumocephalus. (Chest 1989; 96:1425-1426)
- The use of positive airway pressure therapy may be temporarily contraindicated if you exhibit signs of a sinus or middle ear infection.
- Contact your health care professional if you have any questions concerning your therapy.