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[How to] export data from resscan to sleepyhead
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I'm using the obsolete S8 data card and reader to read data from my S8 and display it in resScan. Is there a way to export rescan data, then import it into sleepyhead?

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Would think the standard procedure applies: lock the SD-Card, mount the card to the PC, import into SleepyHead, unmount card, unlock card, insert card back into your S8

SleepyHead supports both S8 and S9 among others.

Edit: I don't think there is a way to export data from ResScan into a format that SleepyHead accepts.
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(03-10-2014, 02:21 PM)c0reDump Wrote: Would think the standard procedure applies: lock the SD-Card, mount the card to the PC, import into SleepyHead, unmount card, unlock card, insert card back into your S8

SleepyHead supports both S8 and S9 among others.

Edit: I don't think there is a way to export data from ResScan into a format that SleepyHead accepts.

But, the S8 does not use an SD card. Looks like a memory stick with contacts like what you might see on a phone SIM card. The reader is quite unique and requires the ResScan driver for the card read.

I've not tried it; perhaps Sleepyhead can read through the card reader... I'll try it and report my findings.

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(03-10-2014, 02:28 PM)justMongo Wrote: But, the S8 does not use an SD card. Looks like a memory stick with contacts like what you might see on a phone SIM card. The reader is quite unique and requires the ResScan driver for the card read.

I've not tried it; perhaps Sleepyhead can read through the card reader... I'll try it and report my findings.

Yeah, my mistake, I found a webpage where the SleepyHead author has an outline of the S8 dataformat, but it looks like the S8 is NOT officially supported due to the proprietary card.

http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/sl...d_Hardware
http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/sl...ata_Format
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SleepyHead does not support machines uses smart data cards such as Resmed S8 or Respironcis M series
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(03-10-2014, 03:59 PM)zonk Wrote: SleepyHead does not support machines uses smart data cards such as Resmed S8 or Respironcis M series

And now I can confirm that. SH would not find the S8 reader.
I was hoping their might be an export function in RS (there is -- to csv file format) that could then be imported to SH (that does work either.)

So, the final answer is: No.

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