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AirView?
Is there any way we can get AirView software to review our AirSense 10 data? It looks like only professionals can get it. I usually remove the card myself and review it with ResScan. I understand that a wireless SD card can be used but I am no computer expert and it sounds too complicated. The MyAir is useless as it does not give detailed data. Thanks, Bob.
04-13-2016 07:06 PM
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RE: AirView?
(04-13-2016 07:06 PM)BobF Wrote:  Is there any way we can get AirView software to review our AirSense 10 data? It looks like only professionals can get it. I usually remove the card myself and review it with ResScan. I understand that a wireless SD card can be used but I am no computer expert and it sounds too complicated. The MyAir is useless as it does not give detailed data. Thanks, Bob.


Have you tried SleepyHead?
http://sleepyhead.jedimark.net/

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04-13-2016 07:57 PM
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BobF Offline

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RE: AirView?
(04-13-2016 07:57 PM)OpalRose Wrote:  
(04-13-2016 07:06 PM)BobF Wrote:  Is there any way we can get AirView software to review our AirSense 10 data? It looks like only professionals can get it. I usually remove the card myself and review it with ResScan. I understand that a wireless SD card can be used but I am no computer expert and it sounds too complicated. The MyAir is useless as it does not give detailed data. Thanks, Bob.


Have you tried SleepyHead?
http://sleepyhead.jedimark.net/

Thanks. Sleepyhead will not access the proprietary AirView software. It is a little better than ResScan. I want a way to access the detailed SD card data without having to remove the SD card. A wireless SD card seems to be too complicated to setup. Bob.
04-13-2016 08:36 PM
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RE: AirView?
I think you're out of luck Bob, unless you can find yourself a "mole" inside Resmed. It's no big deal to remove the SD card, is it? Once your treatment has settled down you'll only do it once a week or so.

FWIW I find SleepyHead is far nicer program to use than ResScan. But that's just my personal view.

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04-14-2016 07:01 AM
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RE: AirView?
What data is it that you want to access that Sleepyhead doesn't provide?


EDIT: Ah, nevermind, I think you want to access your data without having to take out the SD card, I understand. The only way I know of to do that is to use a WiFi card.

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04-14-2016 09:43 AM
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RE: AirView?
(04-14-2016 07:01 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote:  I think you're out of luck Bob, unless you can find yourself a "mole" inside Resmed. It's no big deal to remove the SD card, is it? Once your treatment has settled down you'll only do it once a week or so.

FWIW I find SleepyHead is far nicer program to use than ResScan. But that's just my personal view.

OK Thanks. I just wanted to eliminate having to remove the card. Bob.
04-14-2016 10:24 AM
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RE: AirView?
(04-14-2016 09:43 AM)FrankNichols Wrote:  What data is it that you want to access that Sleepyhead doesn't provide?


EDIT: Ah, nevermind, I think you want to access your data without having to take out the SD card, I understand. The only way I know of to do that is to use a WiFi card.

Thanks, bob.
04-14-2016 10:28 AM
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