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Anyone Using Auto On/Off w/S9 AutoSet?
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Post: #31
RE: Anyone Using Auto On/Off w/S9 AutoSet?
(11-24-2012 05:11 PM)archangle Wrote:  Time tracking on the S9 is full of fail.

The times often seem to be screwed up if you check them during the day. Then when you check them the next day, they're often correct. Things are also screwy because the "day" usually starts and ends at noon.

Can you reset it somehow? I don't mean everything but rather, sometimes I'm so tired through the day that I take a nap in the afternoon. From what I understand any data from that afternoon and the following night will be combined (eg. hours used). I'm wondering how to change it so that it will only evaluate each sleep "session" rather than each 24 hour period.
11-25-2012 11:26 PM
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Post: #32
RE: Anyone Using Auto On/Off w/S9 AutoSet?
(11-25-2012 11:26 PM)Ugly Wrote:  
(11-24-2012 05:11 PM)archangle Wrote:  Time tracking on the S9 is full of fail.

The times often seem to be screwed up if you check them during the day. Then when you check them the next day, they're often correct. Things are also screwy because the "day" usually starts and ends at noon.

Can you reset it somehow? I don't mean everything but rather, sometimes I'm so tired through the day that I take a nap in the afternoon. From what I understand any data from that afternoon and the following night will be combined (eg. hours used). I'm wondering how to change it so that it will only evaluate each sleep "session" rather than each 24 hour period.
If I understand my Graphs correctly for the S9 AutoSet using SH, there is a gap (blank space), from when I napped until I went to sleep.

Tim
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11-26-2012 04:36 PM
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Post: #33
RE: Anyone Using Auto On/Off w/S9 AutoSet?
New User here. I started with the S9 autoset almost a month ago using a nasal mask. I switched to nasal pillows after a week and tried the auto off. It did not work. Then I realized I failed to change the type of mask in the set up and when I did the auto off worked. Thanks to everyone for being out there. Thanks
11-28-2012 01:58 PM
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Post: #34
RE: Anyone Using Auto On/Off w/S9 AutoSet?
(11-28-2012 01:58 PM)renfeld Wrote:  Then I realized I failed to change the type of mask in the set up and when I did the auto off worked. Thanks to everyone for being out there. Thanks

Good reminder! Thanks for posting it and welcome to Apnea Board, renfeld!

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