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Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
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Bama Rambler Offline

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RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
(03-06-2014 11:14 AM)Bama Rambler Wrote:  With Encore it's just a standard install. I have version 3.2.2.2

With Sleepyhead I installed it on a Win 7 machine and copied it to the Win 8 machine over my network. It's the latest stable version. .93 I think.

EDIT: Forgot to mention that once you copy the Sleepyhead to the Win 8 machine, you need to find the executable and right click on it and tell Windows to run it in Win 7 compatibility.

I had this backwards. SleepyHead is the standard install and Encore basic is the one installed on a Win 7 machine and then transferred to the Win 8.1 machine.

The instructions for installing it are in This Post.

Sorry for any confusion. Sad
03-07-2014 09:54 AM
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Missing filter back area of Respironics System One
I lost the gray back to my Respironics System One Bi-Pap that holds the filter and foam in place. I think it clips in the back of the machine. Does anyone have any idea where I could get this little piece for the back of my machine?Huh
06-14-2014 02:09 PM
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Post: #13
RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
My system 1 machine never had a retainer for the filters, just a square resessed are to push the filters into.
06-14-2014 07:18 PM
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RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
(06-14-2014 07:18 PM)bwexler Wrote:  My system 1 machine never had a retainer for the filters, just a square resessed are to push the filters into.

Hi bwexler,

Maybe your machine is also missing the retainer piece?

Maybe should ask the DME who provided the equipment?

(I suppose it would be orderable from Philips Respironics.)


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06-16-2014 12:35 AM
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Bama Rambler Offline

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Post: #15
RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
My machine doesn't have a retainer either. I've never seen a newer PR machine with one. As Bwexler said, the foam filter just presses into a recess in the back of the machine. If you use the white filter, it's held in by the gray foam one.
06-16-2014 07:41 AM
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Terry Offline

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RE: Missing filter back area of Respironics System One
(06-14-2014 02:09 PM)sandydg Wrote:  I lost the gray back to my Respironics System One Bi-Pap that holds the filter and foam in place. I think it clips in the back of the machine. Does anyone have any idea where I could get this little piece for the back of my machine?Huh

As far as I know, it never had one. I know that mine doesn't, and my wife's doesn't and the old machine doesn't. The little foam block air filter holds the flat white filter in place.

Can you post a picture?
06-16-2014 09:07 AM
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RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
(02-20-2014 11:06 AM)sandydg Wrote:  How can I download on my laptop the data from my SD card? My doctor wants to see how I am doing and I prefer not to drive 30 miles to bring my SD card to my provider. I have a Philips Respironics BiPAP autoSV Advanced System One. Has anyone ever used SleepMapper.com?

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Hi Sandy, I am also a newbie on this site and very frustrated trying to get software to read my two years worth of CPAP data. I have been unable to upload the data into EncoreBasic or SleepyHead--I think it is because the data have been read once already by my service provider. Working with them, we've set up SleepMapper--but I'm very disappointed with that because only latest data is accepted and the output from the program is very cursory and of little use--hrs.used, and avg. AHI. I'm hoping someone on this site will provide insights on how to use the data on the SD to provide direction.
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06-17-2014 03:58 PM
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RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
(06-17-2014 03:58 PM)Bill Frank Wrote:  
(02-20-2014 11:06 AM)sandydg Wrote:  How can I download on my laptop the data from my SD card? My doctor wants to see how I am doing and I prefer not to drive 30 miles to bring my SD card to my provider. I have a Philips Respironics BiPAP autoSV Advanced System One. Has anyone ever used SleepMapper.com?

THANKS.
Hi Sandy, I am also a newbie on this site and very frustrated trying to get software to read my two years worth of CPAP data. I have been unable to upload the data into EncoreBasic or SleepyHead--I think it is because the data have been read once already by my service provider. Working with them, we've set up SleepMapper--but I'm very disappointed with that because only latest data is accepted and the output from the program is very cursory and of little use--hrs.used, and avg. AHI. I'm hoping someone on this site will provide insights on how to use the data on the SD to provide direction.
Bill Frank
Hi Bill,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang in there for answers to your question and best of luck to you with your CPAP therapy.

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06-17-2014 09:13 PM
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RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
(06-17-2014 03:58 PM)Bill Frank Wrote:  Hi Sandy, I am also a newbie on this site and very frustrated trying to get software to read my two years worth of CPAP data. I have been unable to upload the data into EncoreBasic or SleepyHead--I think it is because the data have been read once already by my service provider. Working with them, we've set up SleepMapper--but I'm very disappointed with that because only latest data is accepted and the output from the program is very cursory and of little use--hrs.used, and avg. AHI. I'm hoping someone on this site will provide insights on how to use the data on the SD to provide direction.

When your provider reads the card, they have the option to delete the data. It's possible they did this. However, you should still have full data from the point that they did this, until now, and either application should be able to read the data.

Do you get any sort of error message?

When you put the card into your computer, does an "extra" drive letter show up like D:, E: or F: in Windows Explorer?

If you've never use SD Cards before, it needs to be pushed all the way in to the slot in your computer, until you hear a click, and then it will stay in.

When you're done, push it in all the way again, let go, and it will pop out.

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RE: Data from SD card for PR BiPAP AutoSV
(06-17-2014 03:58 PM)Bill Frank Wrote:  --I think it is because the data have been read once already by my service provider. Working with them, we've set up SleepMapper--but I'm very disappointed with that

We are totally underwhelmed by SleepMapper. Wink

On the other hand, if your provider can read the data on your SD card, then you can too. It's gotta be there.

When you insert the card into your computer does it acknowledge its presence? A window should pop up (sometimes it takes a minute or two) asking you what you want to do with the contents of the card. Tell it you want to do nothing with it. You should also be able to verify that the computer sees the card by looking in My Computer.

Let is know if you get this far. After that it should be easy to point SleepyHead or EncoreBasic to the files on the card and load them.

By the way, you can see the AHI, percent time in large leak, and percent time in periodic breathing on your machine's screen.

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