Solar powered medical equipment

Some people feel limited due to their medical devices but that doesn’t have to be the case. In the tragic event that the power goes out and you cannot simply plug your medical equipment into the wall, plug into the sun! How about when you’re camping with your medical equipment, how do you keep it charged? Solar power is a solution you may not have considered.

ECG monitors, used to measure your heart rate, usually take AAA batteries or are charged from a USB source. The Guide 10 Plus Solar Charging Kit has the ability to charge AAA’s and USB devices, like an ECG monitor! Because you can power up with the sun, you’ll never have to worry about finding a plug.


Infusion pumps are a little more powerful usually using a 6V battery to run. Infusion pumps are used to deliver vital medications to someone, or to deliver proper nutrition. Imagine if there was no power. The battery may run for a few hours on its own but then it would need to be recharged.  Yeti 150 to the rescue! Yeti150US_Nomad13_Hero

CPAP machines are used to allow easy breathing while you’re sleeping. For some, this is essential to make it through the night. The question remains, what happens if there is no power? What if a father wants to take his kid camping? There are no outlets on the woods. The new Yeti 400 provides enough power for a full 8 hours of sleep with a CPAP machine, literally anywhere. food storage moms posted this awesome review, check it out here.


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  1. I already have the Goal Zero Yeti 150 but I ordered the 400 Yeti. CPAC machine operation I know it will work but how long will it operate an my machine when not running the humidifier if you know that information? It will be used for camping, and I will be using the Goal Zero Yeti 150 with it.

    • Robert VandenHeuvel 7 months ago

      I have the Resmed System One and when I shut off the heating option for humidifier (by using the main dial set to 0 instead of 1,2,3) the power consumption drops to between 9 and 15W, which means even the Yeti 150 could easily power it for 8 hours. I have used the Yeti 1400 to power it this way and it barely dropped the capacity by less than 10% overnight.

  2. This article was a wake-up call for me. I say I’ve hearded about that like thousand
    times but this time is big eye opener for some reason. Thanks a lots for posting this this.

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