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Philips Restironics 60 Series BiPAP Auto SV Clinicians access
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Hi all,

I think I will be getting the Philips Restironics 60 Series BiPAP Auto SV device. I see access to the clinicians menu, but haven't been able to find the access to this device, unless it is holding the big button and the ramp button at the same time for about 5 seconds. Any thoughts?

Also, for the same device, where can I find software to be able to import data from the smart card?

I also see something about wireless and bluetooth? I also see an app on my iPad and iPhone, how do I get the data there as these devices don't support an SD card reader?

Thanks
Rick
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Hi Rick,

I moved your post to the Main Forum so that it will be more visible.

Instructions for changing clinician settings for all PR System One machines are here:

http://www.apneaboard.com/pr-system-one-...structions

For the SleepyHead software to import data from SD cards, instructions are here:

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...e-software

Not sure about wireless/bluetooth/iPad... perhaps a Philips-Respironics owner can explain how that works with those machines.

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The data delivered to the phone app is pretty much useless. When the app first came out we were excited by the hype, but hype is all it turned out to be. I think they are just using it as a way to harvest email addresses.

Inserting the SD card into a computer is the only way to get the detailed data you need to monitor your therapy.
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