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Philips incorrectly showing multiple sessions
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RE: Philips incorrectly showing multiple sessions
(07-23-2018, 08:00 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: What do you see in EncorePro?

Encore Pro 2 unfortunately doesn't have full waveforms for any of the 4 nights. The 'detailed' report looks like it has breaks in the pressure graph although since you can't zoom in (unlike Sleepyhead!) it's hard to tell.

   
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RE: Philips incorrectly showing multiple sessions
(07-23-2018, 08:31 PM)tbotting Wrote:
(07-23-2018, 08:00 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: What do you see in EncorePro?

Encore Pro 2 unfortunately doesn't have full waveforms for any of the 4 nights. The 'detailed' report looks like it has breaks in the pressure graph although since you can't zoom in (unlike Sleepyhead!) it's hard to tell.

The "Therapy Data" tab does show the same segments as Sleepyhead with slightly different time lengths:

   
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RE: Philips incorrectly showing multiple sessions
This thread (post #4 http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...y-sessions
determined it was a bad power strip
(07-23-2018, 02:28 PM)alshayed Wrote: I had a weird issue for a few days where my Dreamstation was recording a bunch of sessions every night. When I noticed that I plugged the AC adapter into a different power strip and haven't had any issues since. So it might be as simple as a power problem but I haven't reviewed all your other posts. Might be worth plugging into another outlet for a night to double check.
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RE: Philips incorrectly showing multiple sessions
It seems this problem has passed, and I suspect it may be a loose outlet, outlet adapter or uneven power while you were in Europe. I have found it is useful to travel with a good power strip because I have found myself in motel rooms that would not run my machine because the outlet was too loose on the non-polarized AC plug. It appears both EncorePro and Sleepyhead are reporting the same information and something certainly was causing the machine to report brief interruptions. I suspect those were real regardless of cause.
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RE: Philips incorrectly showing multiple sessions
I agree with SR. I carry a power strip shaped like a cube and also an extension lead. This has solved available power issues for me a few times now.
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I'm posting a follow up in case anyone has the same problem and finds this thread on a search. I went back to Europe a 2nd time in December and had the same issue with multiple 'disconnects'. When I returned home to the US the machine went back to normal. In February the ASV started showing multiple 'disconnects' at home in the US. Around 8 - 11 every night instead of 1 - 2 actual. After a few weeks it showed hundreds of 'disconnects' each night and the Sleepyhead graphs started looking pretty ragged. I called the DME and they said they couldn't access the machine remotely, either. I took it in and got a new machine under warranty. So all is good, for now...
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