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In 2012, Philips added a new CPAP Model 451 to the lineup. The only significant differences between the 2 machines are: The 451 has the new style strap button assigned to it that makes it a bit more comfortable to wear. The new button is reversible, so it can be toggled to the way you prefer the strap buttons on the Type 3 machines The 451 has a bit more memory onboard (as much as 64 MB) The 451 has a few indicator lights a little different than the 450/460s
The 451 and 450/460s have a maximum memory limit and when you exceed that, you can no longer save data or record any events. The 450/460s also have a maximum memory threshold. When you exceed that, you have to clear out memory or lose your data.
In late 2013, Philips Respironics finally decided that the 451/460s had a problem with their CPAP calculation algorithm and decided to put out a revision. The new model was named the 450/460z All of the changes to the machine were intended to make the CPAP interface to the machine much more tablet like and to make data collection more uniform from machine to machine.
The new version(IIRC but I have several of these machines), had 3 patient interfaces. Volume, Pressure and Gain. Volume and Gain were on analog tabs so they were pretty easy to figure out. Pedal Gain was next and the only other thing to figure out is that one of the digital tab had the '''''wrong amount of memory listed on it'''' and was missing line numbers so it was impossible to tab to the correct settings. d2c66b5586