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Monitoring data wirelessly
#71
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
Use Finder on your Mac.......
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#72
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(Today, 02:33 AM)MCS2014 Wrote:
(Today, 02:22 AM)Jeff8356 Wrote: Well, it nothing is being recorded to the card then either the card is write protected, or your machine may be malfunctioning.
Double check the card with Explorer and see what the most recent files written to it were.
I'm using the mac version. How do I check on Explorer?

SD Cards are stinkin' cheap. Get a new card, format it with your Mac as a Mac OS partition, stick it in the PR machine and see if it formats it as a FAT32 format type. That will tell you if the PR machine is talking to and able to write to the SD Card.

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#73
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(10 hours ago)RayBee Wrote: SD Cards are stinkin' cheap. Get a new card, format it with your Mac as a Mac OS partition, stick it in the PR machine and see if it formats it as a FAT32 format type. That will tell you if the PR machine is talking to and able to write to the SD Card.

The OP was initially trying to setup a FlashAir card.  Nothing cheap about them these days!
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#74
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(9 hours ago)Jeff8356 Wrote:
(10 hours ago)RayBee Wrote: SD Cards are stinkin' cheap. Get a new card, format it with your Mac as a Mac OS partition, stick it in the PR machine and see if it formats it as a FAT32 format type. That will tell you if the PR machine is talking to and able to write to the SD Card.

The OP was initially trying to setup a FlashAir card.  Nothing cheap about them these days!

Agreed. I have a 64GB FlashAir Card and know they are expensive. 

Sorry I wasn’t more clear in my reply. I was addressing the concern of the PAP machine not writing data to the SD card at all. I hope I’m not mixing up my recollection on details of a different thread. 

I have been unsuccessful in setting up my FlashAir Card on my ResMed ASV machine in the mode where it looks like a network drive instead of its own network. (Not sure of the mode numbers since I am away from home and my MacBook Pro right now.) But I am following along to see if there are other revelations to setting them up on a Mac that I can try later. 

I have way too many hours/days invested in futile attempts to keep trying without some new or different ideas on the topic.
RayBee

  
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#75
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(11 hours ago)Jeff8356 Wrote: Use Finder on your Mac.......

Sorry, I don't see anyting called "Explorer" on mac in Finder.

Interestingly, the Toshiba card IS recording the data (I manually put it in the mac). It's just not sending it wirelessly. So, it's the connection that's not working.
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#76
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(8 hours ago)RayBee Wrote:
(9 hours ago)Jeff8356 Wrote:
(10 hours ago)RayBee Wrote: SD Cards are stinkin' cheap. Get a new card, format it with your Mac as a Mac OS partition, stick it in the PR machine and see if it formats it as a FAT32 format type. That will tell you if the PR machine is talking to and able to write to the SD Card.

The OP was initially trying to setup a FlashAir card.  Nothing cheap about them these days!

Agreed. I have a 64GB FlashAir Card and know they are expensive. 

Sorry I wasn’t more clear in my reply. I was addressing the concern of the PAP machine not writing data to the SD card at all. I hope I’m not mixing up my recollection on details of a different thread. 

I have been unsuccessful in setting up my FlashAir Card on my ResMed ASV machine in the mode where it looks like a network drive instead of its own network. (Not sure of the mode numbers since I am away from home and my MacBook Pro right now.) But I am following along to see if there are other revelations to setting them up on a Mac that I can try later. 

I have way too many hours/days invested in futile attempts to keep trying without some new or different ideas on the topic.

The Toshiba card is recording the data; it's not transmitting it wirelessly.
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RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(7 hours ago)MCS2014 Wrote:
(11 hours ago)Jeff8356 Wrote: Use Finder on your Mac.......

Sorry, I don't see anyting called "Explorer" on mac in Finder.

@MCS2014,  That was my fault.  I was doing something in Win10 at the time and had "Explorer" on my mind when I responded to you.  Forget I mentioned Explorer.

I meant to say "use Finder on your Mac to verify that the SD is in fact recording data by checking for current dates".  

But now that the FlashAir card seems to be recording data, have you tried using FlashPap to copy the data to your computer?  Try putting the FlashAir back into your xPAP machine, wait a couple of minutes, and see if FlashPap can connect to it at 192.168.0.250

Quote:@RayBee, are you referring to AppMode 5 which puts it in STA mode instead of AP mode
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#78
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(7 hours ago)Jeff8356 Wrote:
(7 hours ago)MCS2014 Wrote:
(11 hours ago)Jeff8356 Wrote: Use Finder on your Mac.......

Sorry, I don't see anyting called "Explorer" on mac in Finder.

@MCS2014,  That was my fault.  I was doing something in Win10 at the time and had "Explorer" on my mind when I responded to you.  Forget I mentioned Explorer.

I meant to say "use Finder on your Mac to verify that the SD is in fact recording data by checking for current dates".  

But now that the FlashAir card seems to be recording data, have you tried using FlashPap to copy the data to your computer?  Try putting the FlashAir back into your xPAP machine, wait a couple of minutes, and see if FlashPap can connect to it at 192.168.0.250

Quote:@RayBee, are you referring to AppMode 5 which puts it in STA mode instead of AP mode
This comes up again, but don't know what to do next.


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#79
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
That means your computer is able to connect to your FlashAir card and can read the data, so your FlashAir is working.

Now open your FlashPap.jar (the java app you downloaded separately to transfer your data from your FlashAir card to your computer).  You should get a screen similar to this one:

   

Of course you will need to enter your own info, including the IP address of your FlashAir card (192.168.0.250).
Then click the "Scan FlashAir SD Card" button and you should get dates in the "Dates found on card" window like mine shows.

Note: Don't confuse FlashPap with FlashAir.  They are 2 different things, just sound very similar.
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In a VM: Win10 1909 (18363.836)

Installing OSCAR on a Mac
Organizing your OSCAR charts
Attaching images and files for the forum
OSCAR Help
OSCAR Data Interpretation
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#80
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(3 hours ago)Jeff8356 Wrote: That means your computer is able to connect to your FlashAir card and can read the data, so your FlashAir is working.

Now open your FlashPap.jar (the java app you downloaded separately to transfer your data from your FlashAir card to your computer).  You should get a screen similar to this one:



Of course you will need to enter your own info, including the IP address of your FlashAir card (192.168.0.250).
Then click the "Scan FlashAir SD Card" button and you should get dates in the "Dates found on card" window like mine shows.

Note: Don't confuse FlashPap with FlashAir.  They are 2 different things, just sound very similar.

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Okay, but these were already downloaded into OSCAR earlier today. So, I ran a test with the FlashAir card in the machine for 10 min. and nothing was recorded. Did I not test right?
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