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[Equipment] How do I get AHI on ResMed S9 AutoSet
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And if you look at it via the display after 12 noon, it will be zero.

You can tap the Info button twice to see more details such as a breakdown of the AI and the CI.
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Thank you. It appears that you are using the same machine as I am so I infer that your machine does not display AHI too. Is that correct?

I do have the Sleepyhead software but it isn't working well or I am on a learning curve one.

I really appreciate you help.
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I have a ResMed S9 series Autoset. What "Bobshouse" said was right. In order to change the "sleep quality" to "ON" you need to go into setup by pushing the round button on the right and the rectangular "Setup" button just below and to the left of the round button. Push these down together and hold them for about 3 seconds and you will get the menu called, "Settings". Turn the round knob a little one way or another and you will get the menu called, "Options." Push the round knob, which will cause the "Options" menu to remain. Then turn the round knob counter-clockwise one click, and it will highlight the words, "Sleep Quality" which will say "Usage." Push the round button once again and the highlight will change to orange. Turn the round knob clockwise one click and "Sleep Quality" will say, "ON" instead of "Usage." Push the round knob once again and the orange highlight will go away. Turn the round knob counter-clockwise until the blue highlight is over the word, "Home," and then push the round knob again. This will take you out of the setup and then when you push the "Info button (just above and to the left of the round knob) you will see the "Sleep Quality" screen with the Usage, Mask Fit Smiley, and the AHI numbers. The AHI numbers will only be there until 12:00 noon, then will disappear until you use your machine some more. Hope this helps!
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Thank you Smitharbie. Your message is just what the Dr. ordered. I have been unable to get a copy of Sleepyhead software that works. Your answer makes things easy.

Please have a splendid day.
tswrace

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(09-16-2013, 07:42 AM)tswrace Wrote: Thank you Smitharbie. Your message is just what the Dr. ordered. I have been unable to get a copy of Sleepyhead software that works. Your answer makes things easy.

Please have a splendid day.
tswrace

Have you tried ResScan software?
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