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becker44a Offline

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Machine: ResMed S9 Autoset
Mask Type: Full face mask
Mask Make & Model: F&P Simplus Lg
Humidifier: ResMed H5i
CPAP Pressure: Rx 10 - 20cm, Usually 10-14cm
CPAP Software: ResScan SleepyHead

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Sex: Male
Location: NE Ohio, USA

Post: #11
RE: RESMED AIRSENCE 10 AUTO MYAIR
(04-13-2016 04:57 PM)BobF Wrote:  
(04-13-2016 04:36 PM)sdb7802 Wrote:  Fairly easy. Yes. Yes.

IMHO, SleepyHead is much better than ResScan.

Are there any detailed instructions to setup a Desktop WIN7 PC and the card to read the data? Can I use ResScan to access the wireless data or does the data go into a folder on my PC that I can access with ResScan? Thanks, Bob.

Hi BobF,
I have't used ResScan in about a year now - originally I used both ResScan and SleepyHead in case I needed to show reports to someone. I have since abandoned ResScan, as IMHO SleepyHead presents the data in a MUCH more readable and usable manner.

From when I did use ResScan, I seem to recall that ResScan will ONLY import from the actual SD card. I believe this is intentional, as ResScan can be used to change therapy settings on the SD card, which take effect when the SD card is re-inserted in the machine. ResScan's design was aimed at Respiratory Techs and other professionals, not for use at home by patients.

I haven't tried the FlashAir wireless card or the software that does the transfer - don't know if it has the ability to fool ResScan into thinking it is reading an actual SD card or not. Perhaps someone with that experience can comment on this.

Hope this helps.

A.Becker
PAPing in NE Ohio, with a pack of Cairn terriers
04-14-2016 04:54 PM
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BobF Offline

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Posts: 97
Joined: Aug 2012

Machine: ResMed Airsense 10
Mask Type: Full face mask
Mask Make & Model: Respironics Blue Gel Full Face Large
Humidifier: Built in
CPAP Pressure: 12.8
CPAP Software: ResScan

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Location: So. CA.

Post: #12
RE: RESMED AIRSENCE 10 AUTO MYAIR
(04-14-2016 04:54 PM)becker44a Wrote:  
(04-13-2016 04:57 PM)BobF Wrote:  
(04-13-2016 04:36 PM)sdb7802 Wrote:  Fairly easy. Yes. Yes.

IMHO, SleepyHead is much better than ResScan.

Are there any detailed instructions to setup a Desktop WIN7 PC and the card to read the data? Can I use ResScan to access the wireless data or does the data go into a folder on my PC that I can access with ResScan? Thanks, Bob.

Hi BobF,
I have't used ResScan in about a year now - originally I used both ResScan and SleepyHead in case I needed to show reports to someone. I have since abandoned ResScan, as IMHO SleepyHead presents the data in a MUCH more readable and usable manner.

From when I did use ResScan, I seem to recall that ResScan will ONLY import from the actual SD card. I believe this is intentional, as ResScan can be used to change therapy settings on the SD card, which take effect when the SD card is re-inserted in the machine. ResScan's design was aimed at Respiratory Techs and other professionals, not for use at home by patients.

I haven't tried the FlashAir wireless card or the software that does the transfer - don't know if it has the ability to fool ResScan into thinking it is reading an actual SD card or not. Perhaps someone with that experience can comment on this.

Hope this helps.

Thanks for all the info.I did try Sleepyhead a long time ago.I have used ResScan for a long time with my old ResMed S9. I now have the Airsense 10. I have made pdf's to show my doctor. Once my 3 months compliance data is over I will go and retry Sleepyhead. Does Sleepyhead show the usage daily compliance data? My lung doctor has been happy with my data.

I was looking for a way to retrieve the data without having to remove the card to review it.

Bob.
04-14-2016 05:52 PM
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sonicboom Offline

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Machine: Airsense 10 AutoSet
Mask Type: Nasal pillows
Mask Make & Model: ResMed AirFit P10, Dreamwear
Humidifier: Integrated
CPAP Pressure: 4.6-7.6
CPAP Software: ResScan SleepyHead

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Location: Washington

Post: #13
RE: RESMED AIRSENCE 10 AUTO MYAIR
(04-14-2016 04:54 PM)becker44a Wrote:  
(04-13-2016 04:57 PM)BobF Wrote:  
(04-13-2016 04:36 PM)sdb7802 Wrote:  Fairly easy. Yes. Yes.

IMHO, SleepyHead is much better than ResScan.

Are there any detailed instructions to setup a Desktop WIN7 PC and the card to read the data? Can I use ResScan to access the wireless data or does the data go into a folder on my PC that I can access with ResScan? Thanks, Bob.

Hi BobF,
I have't used ResScan in about a year now - originally I used both ResScan and SleepyHead in case I needed to show reports to someone. I have since abandoned ResScan, as IMHO SleepyHead presents the data in a MUCH more readable and usable manner.

From when I did use ResScan, I seem to recall that ResScan will ONLY import from the actual SD card. I believe this is intentional, as ResScan can be used to change therapy settings on the SD card, which take effect when the SD card is re-inserted in the machine. ResScan's design was aimed at Respiratory Techs and other professionals, not for use at home by patients.

I haven't tried the FlashAir wireless card or the software that does the transfer - don't know if it has the ability to fool ResScan into thinking it is reading an actual SD card or not. Perhaps someone with that experience can comment on this.

Hope this helps.

I use the FlashAir wireless card to successfully import data to then be read by ResScan and SH. Search the software support forum and you will find instructions on how to set this up and which SD card to buy.

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04-14-2016 08:43 PM
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jtprop Offline

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Machine: Fisher & Paykal Icon Auto
Mask Type: Nasal pillows
Mask Make & Model: Resmed p10
Humidifier: Built in
CPAP Pressure: 7.5 - 12 cm/h20
CPAP Software: SleepyHead

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Post: #14
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(04-12-2016 10:59 PM)Possum Wrote:  I can confirm that if you purchase the model made for the United States, the modem will only work with American cellular systems. It did not work for me throughout Europe, for example. However, I concur that MyAir is mostly useless - it only provides a very high level, shallow view of your data. If you're going to be a PAP'er, do it right and learn how to analyze your own data and take charge of your own therapy!

(stepping down off soap box) Smile

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(04-09-2016 08:11 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote:  G'day jtprop, welcome to Apnea Board.

From what I understand the American version of the machine won't connect to the Australian version of MyAir. On the other hand, SleepyHead will probably give you far better and more detailed information than MyAir.

By the way, please don't type in all capitals - it looks like you're SHOUTING! Wink

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04-15-2016 06:22 PM
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