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OSCAR and Respironics M Series
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OSCAR and Respironics M Series
Hello,

Is there a chance to add M Series support to the OSCAR software?
I have some data collected (like four years span) - these are binary files downloaded by Smart Card Utility (using the original card reader, as for the EncoreViewer software). I switched to PR1 long time ago, yet first, stats are lacking a few years of my therapy, and second, I seriously consider switching to the old machine due to the currect recall and the fact that I do not know when Philips is going to take care of my PR1 (at least my mistery cough stopped being a mistery). Would be good to have all the data in one place.
The data is in bin files, it also lives somehwere in the Encore data. Of course I can share this for the development work.
Cheers,
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RE: OSCAR and Respironics M Series
The M-Series machines were discontinued in 2012 before Sleepyhead / Oscar was developed. While data is available on Smart Cards from those machines, I am not aware of any effort to go back to support these machines which are mostly retired. EncoreBasic, available through the Private Files and Links forum section can be used to read this data. As a registered member you can access those files.
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RE: OSCAR and Respironics M Series
I do own EncoreViewer, I would just like to have it all in one place, especially if switching to M Series now.
I understand the overhead might not be worth it, though.
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RE: OSCAR and Respironics M Series
EncoreBasic is going to be a more complete software package than EncoreViewer.

You can get it in the Private Files & Links forum, at this thread:

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...hines-only
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