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SleepyHead how to import data?
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Ok - so I download the program - how does sleepyhead get the info from my machine ? is something else required ?
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The main thing is to remove the SD card from under it's little door and walk over to your computer. Lock the card (slide tab on left side) and insert in computer card reader. Then start sleepyhead and import data.

Don't forget to unlock the card and reinsert into you A10 PAP machine.

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(07-11-2016, 01:07 PM)Mary Anna Wrote: Ok - so I download the program - how does sleepyhead get the info from my machine ? is something else required ?
Huh

Hi Mary Anna - welcome to Apnea Board!

You'll need an SD memory card reader. You can get them from most electronics stores or Amazon and other online places... usually for less than $20 or so and there are many different brands. The easiest ones to use connect to your PC via a standard USB cable (the USB cable usually comes with the card reader). Or, some computers come with SD card readers pre-installed.

Once you've installed your SD memory card reader, you'll carefully take out the SD card from the back of your CPAP machine (as Mongo described above) and insert it into your computer's SD card reader. Then start up the SleepyHead software.

When you first open up SleepyHead, you will be asked to create a profile. The process is pretty straight forward, but you do have to do it before you can use SleepyHead to download your data.

Once you create your profile in SleepyHead, you'll need to import the data into SleepyHead. The Import Icon is on the sidebar. Click this and it starts the import process.

For more info, here is the link to RobySue's Beginner's Guide to SleepyHead that is very informative. It gives much more detailed instructions:

http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...SleepyHead
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