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Change date/time on S9
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How can I change the date and time on the S9? I have found the location of the data that I want to change but I get a error message saying that there is data on that date. Plus my data recorded last night is shown as tomorrows date.

Cheers, VegasPier
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Here's our Wiki instructions on how to change date/time:

http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php..._the_clock

Also keep in mind that on ResMed units, the "day" ends at 12 noon every day. This is so that when looking at data, the night is not "split up" between two dates. (if it were not that way, to look at one night's data, you'd have to look at two separate dates (prior to 12 midnight and after 12 midnight on the next date).

By having the "day" end each day at 12 noon, your data for one night is kept together under one date, assuming you have a normal sleep schedule (sleep during night hours).

Hope that made sense. Thinking-about
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(04-25-2013, 10:20 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote: Here's our Wiki instructions on how to change date/time:

http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php..._the_clock

Also keep in mind that on ResMed units, the "day" ends at 12 noon every day. This is so that when looking at data, the night is not "split up" between two dates. (if it were not that way, to look at one night's data, you'd have to look at two separate dates (prior to 12 midnight and after 12 midnight on the next date).

By having the "day" end each day at 12 noon, your data for one night is kept together under one date, assuming you have a normal sleep schedule (sleep during night hours).

Hope that made sense. Thinking-about

SupperSleeper,

Thanks, it makes a lot of sense.

Cheers, VegasPier

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#4
PaulaO2 created the Wiki page - it's been very helpful for setting date & time on CPAP machines.

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