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[CPAP] RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
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RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
New Cpap-er since December. Feel better than I have in years. I want to view the data on my SD. SleepyHead does not show any data. The read outs I get from my provider does not show much. Any recommendations?Dont-know


Phillips Respronics RemStart Pro Cflex

Mark S. Leathers
Rolla MO.
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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
Hi Mark and WELCOME! to the forum.!
I live not too far from Rola, about 40 miles, give or take.
What machine do you have? In your profile, you mention Respironics and then you mention something about Resmed.
Hang in there for more suggestions, as I don't use software.
Glad you are feeling better as you use your CPAP machine.
trish6hundred
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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
(02-16-2013, 01:53 PM)trish6hundred Wrote: Hi Mark and WELCOME! to the forum.!
I live not too far from Rola, about 40 miles, give or take.
What machine do you have? In your profile, you mention Respironics and then you mention something about Resmed.
Hang in there for more suggestions, as I don't use software.
Glad you are feeling better as you use your CPAP machine.

I corrected Profile.
It is a Phillips Respironics RemStar Pro C-Flex+...
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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
Take the water tank out of your humidifier. Then look on the label on the bottom of the blower unit for something like 450 REF or 460 REF. That will tell us what model you have.

Picking the right choice from this image and telling us what it says near the display on the top of your unit could also help.

[Image: which-remstar.jpg]
Get the free OSCAR CPAP software here.
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If it's midnight and a DME tells you it's dark outside, go and check it yourself.
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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
(02-16-2013, 01:03 PM)markleathers Wrote: New Cpap-er since December. Feel better than I have in years. I want to view the data on my SD. SleepyHead does not show any data.

Your model number is probably something like 460P, indicating that you have what's called a Series 60 machine.

You have to download and install the Series 60 patch for SleepyHead.
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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
Yes, 460 model. Looking for patch now... THanks I will let you know...
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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
OK, got the patch and I can now see data. Pretty cool stuff... Thanks.
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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
(02-16-2013, 02:11 PM)archangle Wrote: Take the water tank out of your humidifier. Then look on the label on the bottom of the blower unit for something like 450 REF or 460 REF. That will tell us what model you have.

Picking the right choice from this image and telling us what it says near the display on the top of your unit could also help.

Was the "M" series another brick as well? It didn't seem to have a screen display of any sort.

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RE: RemStar Pro Cflex SD Data software?
(02-16-2013, 10:46 PM)Ugly Wrote: Was the "M" series another brick as well? It didn't seem to have a screen display of any sort.

The M series display is under a cover. It can show AHI and leak on the non-brick models.

Just like PRS1, M series CPAP comes in two flavors of brick, and non-brick Pro and Auto. There's a brick model of bilevel in the M series plus non-brick bilevel models.

It uses a smart card and proprietary smart card reader to get more detailed data. No airflow data. Does not distinguish central from obstructive apnea.

Doesn't work with sleepyhead (yet), so you have to use the horrid Encore software.

Not a brick, but PRS1 or S9 is a quantum leap ahead.
Get the free OSCAR CPAP software here.
Useful links.
Click here for information on the main alternative to CPAP.
If it's midnight and a DME tells you it's dark outside, go and check it yourself.
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