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Importing from CMS50I
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I just bought a CMS50I pulse oximeter and have been trying to find a procedure to import the data into SleepyHead. I would prefer to do so on a Mac but also have Windows XP running on my iMac in a Parallels partition. Connecting with the USB cable is fine but is there a way to use the wireless to either a Mac or PC? That you in advance for your help and info.
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I just started working with the CMS 50F today in Sleepyhead, but I'm using a PC with Windows 7, since to my knowledge there are no drivers available to connect the oximeter to a Mac, even though Sleepyhead is supported on a Mac. SleepyHead does have a disclaimer that while CMS 50I is a supported, direct import via bluetooth is "probably not possible yet."
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You can find the Mac driver if you Google 'Silicon Labs CP210x' I have heard that their may be problems with 'El Capitain', but apparently older versions work well.
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