I've asked for and received the config manual - thank you!
I have a Sullivan V Lightweight with what looks like a data port on one side, and it also has an hour meter on the bottom.
I've used it for years and it works well [I also have changed sleep position to semi-upright with neck bracing].
The manual's listed features for the Lightweight - which includes the [Sullivan V] Plus and the Elite - doesn't indicate those options as a normal config for my device.
I'm applying for a job which requires a CDL, and then of course the physical, which includes the question of OSA diagnosis.
The location I used for the DOT physical is pushing a new sleep study, but the diag. has been made.
I can follow the directions to reset the meter if necessary to maybe get a conditional - NP, the manual is clear.
Is the RJ22 connector indicative of a reporting capability, or is it a config port, or something else?
And who uses a land line nowaday, anyway?
Anyone have any input?