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RE: ResMed Oximeter Adapter, Anyone Use One?
Nope. I've not tried to import the data yet. I'll mess around with it in a few nights and see what happens.

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11-25-2012 11:41 PM
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Post: #12
RE: ResMed Oximeter Adapter, Anyone Use One?
(11-25-2012 11:41 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote:  Nope. I've not tried to import the data yet. I'll mess around with it in a few nights and see what happens.
Thank you, I appreciate it. It isn't urgent, I'm sure there are many important posts that would appreciate your input! But I do appreciate you taking the time to help. Hopefully someone else can add what they have found. I just thought it would be nice to have everything in one report. Once I get there I'll try my first print out.

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11-26-2012 01:08 PM
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Post: #13
RE: ResMed Oximeter Adapter, Anyone Use One?
Hi Paula, I think I have it now. I had to "Rename" the Sp02 file to the same day as when the CPAP started. Since I started before 11:59pm on the 25th but uploaded to SleepyHead in the morning of the 26th, the SleepyHead file name was correct, showing the start date as the 25th but the CMS-50D Plus being uploaded on the morning of the 26th automatically named the file, _201211261242.spoR. Since the dates didn't match SleepyHead wouldn't sync them. So I renamed the file changing the 26 to 25 and all looks good. Confusing, I know! But maybe can help someone else. I am using Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit system. Thanks for taking the time to help!!!

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11-26-2012 07:46 PM
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PaulaO2 Offline
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RE: ResMed Oximeter Adapter, Anyone Use One?
I'll update the wiki page to reflect that.

Psnn wrote that wonderful how-to.

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RE: ResMed Oximeter Adapter, Anyone Use One?
Hi 2Tim,
Have you tried using SO2 Assistant with the CMS50?
It's free and you can try download it at [Commercial link removed by Admin]
click on the CMS50D+ product and scroll down to "CMS50D plus Software Download"


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Post: #16
RE: ResMed Oximeter Adapter, Anyone Use One?
I suggest you search for "Air 10 Oximetry Module by ResMed" and it pretty much looks like the A10 adapter ($199) is designed for the XPOD which is expensive - bout $650. There are other ways to grab oximetry data and correlate with Sleepyhead data for much less. Hope this helps?
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Post: #17
RE: ResMed Oximeter Adapter, Anyone Use One?
I have the cms50d and had a ton of problems getting it to import on the days I wanted/told it to. I posted about it in the software section on this board and opened a bug with sleepyhead.

I'd recommend you post more about that in the software section on this forum for more help.

I upgraded (yup, more money) to the cms50F, it's a big watch type thing with a finger thing, stays on better and has a date and time, fails import 3 out of 4 times, but when it imports it goes in the right spot so far (2 days)!
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