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Sleephead and new Philips Dreammaker
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Just got a new Philips Deammaker APAP machine.

Have just tried to read it SD Card with Shleephead.

It keeps crashing sleephead.

I did download the latest version.

Sleephead has worked great with my old Philips 960 ASV and my new ResMed s10 APAP machine but not with the new Philips machine.

Any idea why?

Rich
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Hi Rich

Respironics have changed the format of the data files created by the new machine so the existing Sleepyhead can't read them. JediMark is working on an update to the program but needs people to submit files do that he can reverse engineer the data. There is a thread elsewhere in this forum giving further details.
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(03-03-2016, 01:45 AM)racprops Wrote: Just got a new Philips Deammaker APAP machine.

Have just tried to read it SD Card with Shleephead.

It keeps crashing sleephead.

I did download the latest version.

Sleephead has worked great with my old Philips 960 ASV and my new ResMed s10 APAP machine but not with the new Philips machine.

Any idea why?

Rich

Here is the thread:
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...-YOUR-data
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(03-03-2016, 01:45 AM)racprops Wrote: Just got a new Philips Deammaker APAP machine.

Have just tried to read it SD Card with Shleephead.

It keeps crashing sleephead.

I did download the latest version.

Sleephead has worked great with my old Philips 960 ASV and my new ResMed s10 APAP machine but not with the new Philips machine.

Any idea why?

Rich

Rich, a lot of data for the Dreamstation Auto CPAP was donated, and that part of the Sleepyhead development is complete, so don't worry about donating data at this time. The good news is a Beta release should be coming soon that will mean you will be able to use Sleepyhead to monitor your treatment on the new machine.


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