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SleepyHead & CMSD50+
CMSD50+ V 4.6
Spo2-Assistant V 3.0.0
SleepyHead V. 1.0.0-beta-2
Win 10 / 64 bit.

Today I’ve got my CMSD50+ . Unfortunately I can’t import data to SleepyHead neither with “import directly” nor via “import data file saved…”
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(This post was last modified: 10-07-2016 10:38 AM by menaralf.)
10-07-2016 10:15 AM
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RE: SleepyHead & CMSD50+
I believe you are missing a .dll file. Two things to try: 1. Try importing using the CMS50Fv3.7 option. 2. Type "event viewer" in your Windows search box. Look under Custom Views->Administrative Events and Windows Logs->Applications. You might see what SH is missing.

Sorry I do not have any better information to provide.

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10-07-2016 10:39 AM
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RE: SleepyHead & CMSD50+
(10-07-2016 10:39 AM)Crimson Nape Wrote:  I believe you are missing a .dll file. Two things to try: 1. Try importing using the CMS50Fv3.7 option. 2. Type "event viewer" in your Windows search box. Look under Custom Views->Administrative Events and Windows Logs->Applications. You might see what SH is missing.

Sorry I do not have any better information to provide.

Thanks! What do you mean with "Try importing using the CMS50Fv3.7 "? Is that to use at SH - Import? It doesn't works!
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10-07-2016 10:56 AM
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RE: SleepyHead & CMSD50+
(10-07-2016 10:56 AM)menaralf Wrote:  What do you mean with "Try importing using the CMS50Fv3.7 "?

Yes, It is an option in the "Select Oximeter Type" listings. I included this in case the manufacturer changed their firmware in this model. I was just guessing.

Another guess . . . Try downloading the Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable package. At one time the absence of these dll's was a problem.

Here is Microsoft's address:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784

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RE: SleepyHead & CMSD50+
Now I found it after loosing enough time! It’s really ridicule but it works!

1. SpO2 Assistant V3.0.0
a. Download data from SpO2 device
b. Open file
c. File – save as… (data type is SpO2 Review Files) the file must be saved in other directory on your PC e.g. SpO2Data

2. Sleepyhead
a. Oximeter Import Wizard
b. Import from Datafile….
10-08-2016 08:50 AM
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RE: SleepyHead & CMSD50+
(10-07-2016 01:16 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote:  Another guess . . . Try downloading the Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable package. At one time the absence of these dll's was a problem.

If you install SpO2 Assistant version 3.0, it automatically installs Visual C++ and the required USB driver.

You can get SpO2 Assistant version 3.0 (and several prior versions) from the German company Pulox, who sells rebranded Contec oximieters:
[commercial link removed, instead do a google search for "Pulox Spo2 assistant"]

Incidentally, the PDF user guide is installed in the Help directory within the directory containing the program.



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10-09-2016 01:57 AM
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Post: #7
RE: SleepyHead & CMSD50+
One advantage of using SpO2 Assistant to save the data file on your hard drive before importing it into Sleepyhead is that SpO2 Assistant saves in its Data folder an ASCII .CSV file in addition to the binary .SpO2 file retrieved by Sleepyhead. The ASCII file is useful to keep in case you want to load it into a program other than Sleepyhead, such as a graphing, statistics or spreadsheet program.

(SpO2 Assistant also saves a useless .txt file.)

The SpO2 Assistant user guide is terrible at explaining how to save the CSV and SpO2 files on your hard drive. The steps (and corresponding sections of the user guide) are:
1. Click the icon that looks like an obsolete serial port (5.1).
2. Check the box "View device stored data only" (5.3.1).
3. Click the Connect button (5.3.1).
4. In the resulting list of sessions saved in the oximeter, check one or all of them, then click Receive Data (5.3.8).

(I based step 4 on my 50IW which saves multiple sessions in the oximeter. It will be slightly different for the 50D+ which I believe can save only one session.)
(This post was last modified: 10-09-2016 02:15 AM by beet.)
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