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Respironics M series and sleepyhead
Is the Respironics M-Series BiPap Auto compatable with sleepyhead? I would like to play with a bipap machine but without sleepyhead it is of no use. I believe the answer is no but I just want to verify it.

Thanks, car54
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Nope Sorry.
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A system one 50 or 60 series will work, and should be available pretty inexpensively.
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I was going by the machine choice wiki. It said if it didn't say Philips to avoid it. I guess I misunderstood.
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The M-Series used a SmartCard to record data, and Sleepyhead never supported it. Same thing with the Resmed S8. It was the next generation machines, the Philips System One and Resmed S9 that Sleepyhead first supported.
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