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RE: Respironics system one ?
(12-01-2014 02:39 PM)laauxiliadora Wrote:  Hola, necesito por favor una información, soy nuevo en el foro, si alguien puede pasarme el programa para leer la tarjeta de memoria de mi cpap respironic automatico. agradezco la información gracias : Gracias:

laauxiliadora Wrote:Translation:
Hi , I need information please , I 'm new to the forum, if anyone can spend the program to read the memory card from my automatic respironic cpap . I appreciate the info thanks : Thanks:

laauxiliadora, please put your questions in English, by going to Google translate, here:
https://translate.google.com/

You can get the software program called "SleepyHead" to help you read your memory card here:
http://www.sleepfiles.com/SH/


laauxiliadora, por favor put your questions in Inglés on Google translate:
https://translate.google.com/

Usted puede obtener el programa de software llamado "SleepyHead" para ayudarle a leer la tarjeta de memoria aquí:
http://www.sleepfiles.com/SH/

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12-01-2014 08:04 PM
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Thanks for the replies ! regards Smile
12-02-2014 03:04 PM
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(12-01-2014 03:12 PM)archangle Wrote:  The first online supplier I checked offered the upgrade kit (power supply, hose, lid) for $75 plus shipping.

I added the heated hose to my humidifier on my 560 by going this route. I think I had a 5-10% off coupon as well.

The upgrade is very easy: swap out the power supply, remove the old lid, install and plug in new lid, connect hose. It took all of 5 minutes, since I was being extra careful with removing the old lid. For $75+shipping, I feel that it is worth it.
12-03-2014 06:03 AM
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Post: #24
RE: Respironics system one ?
(08-27-2014 08:18 AM)Labrat0116 Wrote:  
(11-01-2013 08:26 AM)sthorn71 Wrote:  Thanks everyone, I'll try adjusting the tube before looking to upgrade. Have a good weekend.
You're System One is the 60 series (has the heated tubing). I use a System One (50) Series with no heated tube.

My 50 Series has a setting to change the heat on the humidifer. Your 60 Series should as well. Big dial on the leftside of the machine. Just turn the heat setting back a few notches until it stops producing excess moisture.

(12-03-2014 06:03 AM)dakuda Wrote:  
(12-01-2014 03:12 PM)archangle Wrote:  The first online supplier I checked offered the upgrade kit (power supply, hose, lid) for $75 plus shipping

I added the heated hose to my humidifier on my 560 by going this route. I think I had a 5-10% off coupon as well.

The upgrade is very easy: swap out the power supply, remove the old lid, install and plug in new lid, connect hose. It took all of 5 minutes, since I was being extra careful with removing the old lid. For $75+shipping, I feel that it is worth it.

Thanks, I found this upgrade online also. My DME told me there was no upgrade and I would need a new humidifier. I haven't deceided if they are just in this for the money or are they uninformed. Now I have another question on this upgrade.... Is it working the same way that a humidifier that comes with this heated hose works? Also, if you want to switch back to a regular non heated hose, can you do that by just switching the hose, or do you need to remove the cover and put the old one back on.

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12-03-2014 08:02 AM
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(12-03-2014 08:02 AM)roe1549 Wrote:  Thanks, I found this upgrade online also. My DME told me there was no upgrade and I would need a new humidifier. I haven't deceided if they are just in this for the money or are they uninformed. Now I have another question on this upgrade.... Is it working the same way that a humidifier that comes with this heated hose works? Also, if you want to switch back to a regular non heated hose, can you do that by just switching the hose, or do you need to remove the cover and put the old one back on.

Normally, I'd say never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity. However, in the case of DME's assum both.

Yes, it works the same whether you have the kit or the original.

You can put an unheated hose on either type of humidifier.

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12-03-2014 09:55 PM
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My DME was also unaware that there was an upgrade. I had to tell them, and show it to them. They then called respironics and got it for me. I found a cash price for $75 but the insurance did cover it so I didn't have to pay.

The replacement is exactly the same as the standard unit. The lid just gets replaced with a powered lid, and the hose is replaced with a heated one. then the unit can be set to use the heated hose and new humidity settings. Or you can at any time go back to the standard humidification only with no heat. Either hose, heated or non can be used even after the kit is installed. Of course non heated hose will result in standard humidification.

I am extremely happy to have this upgrade and the people that recommended I get one, it is a very different more pleasant experience.

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12-03-2014 10:24 PM
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Post: #27
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Thanks everyone for the info on the upgrade. First I will check with insurance to see if they will pay, but if not, I will get it anyway. Sounds easy to install.

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12-04-2014 09:27 AM
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