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Not understanding how make my Autoset show my last night's sleep stats
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Not understanding how make my Autoset show my last night's sleep stats
I just had this problem for the first time with my new machine, and it occur several times during my 5 night study (titration??), as well.

Last night, the machine showed that I used the thing for 0:19. That is clearly wrong. I used it the entire night, which was about 9hrs of sleep. 

How come the machine does not update and show the sleep stats properly on the screen? 

I know the 0:19 was improper, because when I logged into the myair site, it gave me the proper sleep stats of 9:20hr, which means it correctly uploaded the stats, but is not reflecting as much on the screen.

It could be that I am improperly turning off the machine? Usually, it should show the stats screen when I take the mask off my face and hit "stop" or "start" (since they both pause). I even tried power cycling the device by holding the power button off, but that didn't fully turn the machine off. Either that, or I don't know to turn it off properly LOL
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RE: Not understanding how make my Autoset show my last night's sleep stats
Are you sleeping past midday ? As all stats reset at midday or is you clock out by maybe 5 hrs ? Go inti the clinical menu and check, if the clock needs to go back do it just before you go to bed and it cannot go back to a point that would overwrite data
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RE: Not understanding how make my Autoset show my last night's sleep stats
(03-09-2019, 05:34 PM)jaswilliams Wrote: Are you sleeping past midday ? As all stats reset at midday or is you clock out by maybe 5 hrs ? Go inti the clinical menu and check, if the clock needs to go back do it just before you go to bed and it cannot go back to a point that would overwrite data

YES! I woke up around 12:20 PM today, which would perfectly explain why it only showed 0:19 of use. 

The time zone is correct (I did set it prior to first use). Is there anything I can do for it to stop doing the "mid day" reset?
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RE: Not understanding how make my Autoset show my last night's sleep stats
You can either change the machine back a couple hours or use SleepyHead. That time past noon will still show on the next day, but you can actually over-ride that in the software preferences. As far as the machine statistics are concerned, it will add the time after noon to the next session, so you don't lose any hours, but if you usually sleep past noon, just change the machine clock a few hours and, while the time won't display properly, the sessions will stay together...your choice.
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RE: Not understanding how make my Autoset show my last night's sleep stats
Did you sleep past 12:00 noon (according to the time on the device)? A lot of devices treat a day as noon to noon. Check to make sure your device's time is also set properly.
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RE: Not understanding how make my Autoset show my last night's sleep stats
(03-09-2019, 07:02 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: You can either change the machine back a couple hours or use SleepyHead.  That time past noon will still show on the next day, but you can actually over-ride that in the software preferences.  As far as the machine statistics are concerned, it will add the time after noon to the next session, so you don't lose any hours, but if you usually sleep past noon, just change the machine clock a few hours and, while the time won't display properly, the sessions will stay together...your choice.

(03-09-2019, 08:48 PM)Dog Slobber Wrote: Did you sleep past 12:00 noon (according to the time on the device)? A lot of devices treat a day as noon to noon. Check to make sure your device's time is also set properly.

I don't have an SD card reader on my desktop, so I have to use my old laptop which has an SD card reader built in to use SH. I'll be working on that. Just need to get those Windows updates and such going. 

I routinely sleep in past noon on weekends so I anticipate this will be an issue for me on all weekends, but at least I'm up earlier than the week. I usually wake up between 12-1 on Saturday, and maybe 12'ish on Sunday. I don't think it's worth changing the device clock back an hour or two just to avoid the issue since I value accurate metrics.
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