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RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
(07-14-2016 02:53 PM)menaralf Wrote:  Yes yesterday it worked perfect! Today I recognize that it wasn’t be always connected to my PC! Only after unplugging and re-plugging the FlashAir !

I’ve followed your instruction under “Easiest way to connect to FlashAir SD card using a static IP in Windows “ and I didn’t found any opportunity to type the IP –Address “When it comes time to enter an address in the "Folder" field after you've chosen your drive letter, just type it out like this ….”

Sorry! Today I found out about the "Folder"! It was my mistake!
What about your "DreamStation"? Can you be connected with your PC / Sleepyhead even your station is in the "Standby" - Mode? Have any of you the same combination DreamStation / FlashAir ?????
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07-15-2016 08:06 AM
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Post: #22
RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
So far, I've had no problems with the Bluetooth on my Dreamstation Auto, it has no dramas connecting to my Android phone (a Xiaomi Mi Note Pro) using the Dreammapper app. Though I wish Dreammapper wasn't too brief with the data, unlike Sleepyhead.

I'm also using the FlashAir W-03 without issues for Sleepyhead data sync, though the cellular modem in my Dreamstation is about as useless as t!ts on a bull, as my equipment provider doesn't use EncoreAnywhere, and I have to bring in my card.
07-27-2016 12:44 AM
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Post: #23
RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
(07-27-2016 12:44 AM)wocko1 Wrote:  So far, I've had no problems with the Bluetooth on my Dreamstation Auto, it has no dramas connecting to my Android phone (a Xiaomi Mi Note Pro) using the Dreammapper app. Though I wish Dreammapper wasn't too brief with the data, unlike Sleepyhead.

I'm also using the FlashAir W-03 without issues for Sleepyhead data sync, though the cellular modem in my Dreamstation is about as useless as t!ts on a bull, as my equipment provider doesn't use EncoreAnywhere, and I have to bring in my card.

Thanks. It's a good solution. Even my provider don't accept the data attached via Email!
07-27-2016 02:42 AM
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Post: #24
RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
(07-27-2016 02:42 AM)menaralf Wrote:  
(07-27-2016 12:44 AM)wocko1 Wrote:  So far, I've had no problems with the Bluetooth on my Dreamstation Auto, it has no dramas connecting to my Android phone (a Xiaomi Mi Note Pro) using the Dreammapper app. Though I wish Dreammapper wasn't too brief with the data, unlike Sleepyhead.

I'm also using the FlashAir W-03 without issues for Sleepyhead data sync, though the cellular modem in my Dreamstation is about as useless as t!ts on a bull, as my equipment provider doesn't use EncoreAnywhere, and I have to bring in my card.

Thanks. It's a good solution. Even my provider don't accept the data attached via Email!

Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately there are no perfect solutions in life and this is another example. Sometimes our beliefs transcend reality. I hope that you, in the end, get something out of all this that benefits you.
07-27-2016 10:09 AM
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Post: #25
RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
Have you tried switching off the Bluetooth (as it may affect Wifi as it runs on the same band) and using FlashPap to sync the SD cards onto another SD card so you don't have to pop the card out of the machine? The cellular won't affect Wifi or BT.

Could that work?
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07-28-2016 12:35 AM
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RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
(07-28-2016 12:35 AM)wocko1 Wrote:  Have you tried switching off the Bluetooth (as it may affect Wifi as it runs on the same band) and using FlashPap to sync the SD cards onto another SD card so you don't have to pop the card out of the machine? The cellular won't affect Wifi or BT.

Could that work?

Here is also a solution...
07-28-2016 02:06 AM
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Azor Offline

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Post: #27
RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
(07-28-2016 12:35 AM)wocko1 Wrote:  Have you tried switching off the Bluetooth (as it may affect Wifi as it runs on the same band) and using FlashPap to sync the SD cards onto another SD card so you don't have to pop the card out of the machine? The cellular won't affect Wifi or BT.

Could that work?

It certainly has possibilities however, I don't have a Wifi SD card in my Dreamstation. I would have to check out the possibility of changing to a Wifi enabled card with the Health care programs I am enrolled in. I did not find the Dreamstation on the FlashPap support list. I have been successful with unplugging my Dreamstation when I get up for about 5 seconds. This results in a BT connection to my iPhone allowing me to upload. Some day I will need to take the time to call Phillips support to see if they have any better solutions than the ones they have emailed me thus far.
07-28-2016 10:29 AM
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Post: #28
RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
(07-28-2016 12:35 AM)wocko1 Wrote:  Have you tried switching off the Bluetooth (as it may affect Wifi as it runs on the same band)

They may use the same band but they use completely different modulation methods and should not interfere with each other. Wifi uses a single wide band channel. Bluetooth uses spread spectrum and frequency hopping techniques and never stays on any frequency for long.

All the local HAM VHF repeaters use the same band, but I can still hear them all separately. Some of them even use the same frequencies as other repeaters that I can hear with my antenna, but they use a simple technique to avoid interference even then. Just being on the same band doesn't mean interfering with others transmitting on that same band.

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07-28-2016 08:20 PM
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Post: #29
RE: Respironics Dreamstation Bluetooth
(07-28-2016 10:29 AM)Azor Wrote:  
(07-28-2016 12:35 AM)wocko1 Wrote:  Have you tried switching off the Bluetooth (as it may affect Wifi as it runs on the same band) and using FlashPap to sync the SD cards onto another SD card so you don't have to pop the card out of the machine? The cellular won't affect Wifi or BT.

Could that work?

It certainly has possibilities however, I don't have a Wifi SD card in my Dreamstation. I would have to check out the possibility of changing to a Wifi enabled card with the Health care programs I am enrolled in. I did not find the Dreamstation on the FlashPap support list. I have been successful with unplugging my Dreamstation when I get up for about 5 seconds. This results in a BT connection to my iPhone allowing me to upload. Some day I will need to take the time to call Phillips support to see if they have any better solutions than the ones they have emailed me thus far.

I can confirm Dreamstation works perfectly with FlashPAP as I currently use it myself. Just select "Philips Respironics System One P-Series (PRS1)" from the list, and Bob's your Uncle.
07-28-2016 10:08 PM
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