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(03-13-2017, 05:24 PM)Hydrangea Wrote: My DreamStation, which has no modem and has Bluetooth permanently off, did not change itself. But it was an easy enough change for me to do

Interesting, my Dreamstation Auto changed the time perfectly. My sleepyhead data shows went to bed at 1:04AM and got up at 8:05AM with a total of 6 hours sleep. It accounted for the missing hour. Oh-jeez
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#22
Huh  My Dreamstation didn't lose an hour because it never adjusted to DST.
After reading this thread, I decided to check it and had to adjust it manually.
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(03-14-2017, 01:12 PM)Cranberry Ray Wrote:
(03-13-2017, 05:24 PM)Hydrangea Wrote: My DreamStation, which has no modem and has Bluetooth permanently off, did not change itself. But it was an easy enough change for me to do

Interesting, my Dreamstation Auto changed the time perfectly. My sleepyhead data shows went to bed at 1:04AM and got up at 8:05AM with a total of 6 hours sleep. It accounted for the missing hour. Oh-jeez

Oh, cool!  Do you have the modem installed?
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#24
I assumed my Airsense 10 would change automatically, or be changed remotely by big brother DME; but neither happened. I just changed it myself after two business days. Interestingly, the setting is found in the clinician"s menu. Sad

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I just changed mine today...this thread made me do it after a year.  It was still an hour behind from last year and off by about 15 minutes.

It's tough being around a bunch of people that are obsessive about their data. Oh-jeez
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Sorry Sleeprider! If it's any consolation, I drive my wife crazy on occaison also! Smile
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(03-14-2017, 04:33 PM)Melman Wrote: I assumed my Airsense 10 would change automatically, or be changed remotely by big brother DME; but neither happened. I just changed it myself after two business days. Interestingly, the setting is found in the clinician"s menu. Sad

My Resmed Airsense 10 Auto definitely doesn't change it's time automatically for daylight savings time.  It's clock also "drifts" by a fair amount.  They have a modem in it that could allow software to check the time and adjust it every day, but I guess they couldn't find a programmer smart enough to do that.  When I look at their other software this possibility becomes all too plausible.  Thank goodness for SleepyHead.

Last year I let it stay on standard time, but the year before and again this year I decided to adjust it for DST.
Ed Seedhouse
VA7SDH

Your brain is not the boss.

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(03-14-2017, 06:02 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: I just changed mine today...this thread made me do it after a year.  It was still an hour behind from last year and off by about 15 minutes.

It's tough being around a bunch of people that are obsessive about their data. Oh-jeez

My wife tells our kids I've found a new hobby and then she Dielaughing . I just like data. My sons are nerds too, both engineers

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#29
(03-14-2017, 06:02 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: It's tough being around a bunch of people that are obsessive about their data. Oh-jeez

Bwahahahaha!

This from the guy who points people away from data-less bricks.
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#30
Hydrangea,

I do have a modem that was installed by the DME. Good point, wonder if they send out the time update.
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