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DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
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Question 
Hey guys,

It seems daylight savings time is upon us (March 12, 2017 @ 2:00 a.m.) where we "spring ahead" and set our clocks one hour ahead -- losing one hour of sleep.

So what do you do with your CPAP machine's time setting? And, do you change your sleep habits to compensate?
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius
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I think my Resmed Airsense 10 Auto had a "daylight savings time" option that I selected when setting up the time zone etc.  Shouldn't it automatically switch over?

As to what to do, I go to sleep one hour earlier!  Wink
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I'm going to have to check that!
                                                                                                                                                                                  
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And what about Sleepyhead?

Whenever I'm faced with the checkbox for Daylight Savings, i never know if I'm supposed to check it or not, because I can never remember which part of the year counts for it.
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(03-10-2017, 06:48 PM)Hydrangea Wrote: And what about Sleepyhead?

Whenever I'm faced with the checkbox for Daylight Savings, i never know if I'm supposed to check it or not, because I can never remember which part of the year counts for it.

That I am not sure of Hydrangea.  Since I am only just getting to know this wonderful piece of software called Sleepyhead.  Hopefully someone more experienced than I can answer for you.  

But in the Resmed machine it did ask what time zone I am in, so if Sleepyhead does the same I would assume it would account for it correctly.
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Marillion, I would dearly like to know the Model Number [REF] ????? of your Autoset; mine is 37028, and it definitely does not ask for my time zone. I suspect ResMed has been changing the Model numbers and leaving the name the same, thus sowing confusion and avoiding upgrading older models. My serial number starts with 2214.... - which means it was made in Australia (IIRC) in 2014 - one of the early ones. Mine was also for the Canadian market, obviously.

Perhaps I should get PollCat to create a poll for me Smile
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(03-10-2017, 06:48 PM)Hydrangea Wrote: And what about Sleepyhead?

Whenever I'm faced with the checkbox for Daylight Savings, i never know if I'm supposed to check it or not, because I can never remember which part of the year counts for it.

Chances are the computer you use has DST settings, and Sleepyhead gets its time from the computer. You can off-set hours in SH settings, especially if you have a Philips Respironics machine that does not have a settable clock.  Personally I have better things to deal with.  My Aircurve 10 has the DST setting built in, and my computers change the time without a thought.  Even the GPS in the car is good to go, but that clock needs a little encouragement to show the right time.  My biggest challenge is to change the motorcycle clock back to DST. 

The good news is Happy Hour comes earlier!
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(03-10-2017, 07:14 PM)pholynyk Wrote: Marillion, I would dearly like to know the Model Number [REF] ????? of your Autoset; mine is 37028, and it definitely does not ask for my time zone. I suspect ResMed has been changing the Model numbers and leaving the name the same, thus sowing confusion and avoiding upgrading older models. My serial number starts with 2214.... - which means it was made in Australia (IIRC) in 2014 - one of the early ones. Mine was also for the Canadian market, obviously.

Perhaps I should get PollCat to create a poll for me Smile

I will reply tonight when I get home pholynyk.  Stay tuned!
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I recall changing my time on my machine back at one point and it wouldn't allow me to. I then had to trick it by going ahead 23 hours then making sure I was still in the proper day.
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#10
It doesn't matter to me if the times are off by an hour. I really don't pay that much attention to the start and end times now. It's the length of time that I look at and that won't change. We'll all know when we look at our data on Sunday.

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