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Using Bi-PAP for sleep apnea in Japan 2014/11/18 01:38
I will be traveling to Japan with a Bi-PAP for sleep apnea. The Bi-PAP has an adapter/transformer that will take up to 240 volts. The Bi-PAP should operate OK with the Japanese voltage? The electrical cord has a polarized plug. Will I possibly need a non-polarized adapter for the plug?
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Re: Using Bi-PAP for sleep apnea in Japan 2014/11/21 18:36
Voltage in Japan is 100V, and the plug looks like this:

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