10-25-2013, 04:03 PM
(This post was last modified: 10-25-2013, 04:03 PM by robysue.)
Can you confirm exactly which machine you are using? Your signature indicates its a Resmed S9 AutoSet, but the SH data you post says its a PR System One ASV (model 960). There's huge, huge difference between these machines. They're not even made by the same company. And there's no way that I can think of that an SD card that's been inside an S9 AutoSet should create a SH report saying the machine is a PR System One ASV machine.
You missed bwexler first post "Well I completed my first night with my new PRS one Bipap Auto SV."
I'm told by a member on another forum I frequent that Sleepy Head is NOT fully compatible the 960 System One machine. That's probably why you're getting the weird numbers on the indices. You might try submitting a bug report through SourceForge, but it's a well known problem that currently does not have a fix.
There's another program called Encore Pro (the professional software from Philips Respironics) that is compatible with your machine. It's harder to find, harder to install, and slower to use, but it does allow you to look at your data. If you are interested in Encore Pro, send me a PM and I'll tell you how to get in touch with the one person I know who knows how to get a hold of Encore Pro
10-25-2013, 05:11 PM
(This post was last modified: 10-25-2013, 05:23 PM by zonk.)
Also Email Mark, he can help with SleepyHead
Edit: Check recent jedimark posting in MM forum
robysue thank you for reminding me to update my profile.
The main reason I chose the PRS 1 over the Resmed S9 ASV machine was I had read here that the series 60 machines provided more detailed data in Sleepyhead.
Not only is that not the case but the PRS1 is so noisy it keeps me from falling asleep.
To say I am disappointed is a massive understatement.
Yes I would like any help I can get to obtain software for the new machine in case I can not return it.
With the NSA scandal out there I don't care who has my email it is email@example.com.
I am certainly not concerned about any of the helpful folks here, or even the one or two who might sneek in looking for an exploit.