The rear panel of the BREAS contains the Analog/Digital (A/D) output connector.
We bench tested the BREAS PV 10i using criteria that we've used to evaluate other CPAP and bilevel devices we've tested in the past.
Distal, or nasal pressure measured at the desired pressure set on the BREAS PV 10i, was within the above noted variation and so was quite acceptable.
The BREAS PV 10i is an auto- or self adjusting CPAP device that predicts apnea and hypopnea.
Although subjective, we both felt that breathing on the Breas was comfortable.