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SleepyHead with Respironics System One 60 Series CPAP
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Newbie here with question. I use the SleepMapper (now called DreamMapper) application to read my SD card. I've been poking around this great forum and it seems Sleepyhead may provide more information--I see mostly Resmed units are usually mentioned. Can I use it with my Restronics SD card?
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#2
Yes and you dont need worry about locking the card with a PR machine.
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#3
Thanks for your quick reply. I'm going to look into it.

Thanks
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#4
Just finished installing Sleepyhead--I think. Loaded the info from my SD card. I didn't see a screen asking where to put icons--don't have the little lamb anywhere I can find it that will open the program? Help needed please!
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#5
Here are 2 links to help.
SleepyHead Install:
http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...ad_Install

Beginner's Guide to SleepyHead
http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...SleepyHead

Good Luck!
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#6
(10-18-2015, 09:10 PM)sgearhart Wrote: Here are 2 links to help.
SleepyHead Install:
http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...ad_Install

Beginner's Guide to SleepyHead
http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...SleepyHead

Good Luck!

Thank you! That got me the quick start icon--then my password didn't work. Does anyone know how to get it reset or get it back?
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#7
I got my questions answered. Thanks to those that responded.
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(10-14-2015, 11:21 PM)SideSleeper Wrote: Newbie here with question. I use the SleepMapper (now called DreamMapper) application to read my SD card. I've been poking around this great forum and it seems Sleepyhead may provide more information--I see mostly Resmed units are usually mentioned. Can I use it with my Restronics SD card?

I use the Philips Respironics System One (REMStar Auto A-Flex) with both the DreamMapper and SleepyHead software. Yes. SleepyHead gives more details (in a bit of a messy, and overly detailed way), and DreamMapper isn't a very well thought-out (or tested) update to SleepMapper, sad to say.

Both software programs work fine. Depending on your general computer skills, you may want to get a knowledgeable friend help you set things up. (Nothing is all that complicated -- unless you are using the Linux operating system.)

I use Windows computers and have installed both the DreamMapper and SleepyHead software using both Windows 7 (64-bit) and Windows XP (32-bit). I do not use Apple Macintosh computers or Linux computers.

You do need to insert your SD (memory) card into a card reader in your computer (or have a card reader attached, usually thru a USB connection). Read the card with each program's "reader" component.

Note: As recommended, be sure to slide the lock on the SD card to the locked position BEFORE inserting in the computer, to ensure the information doesn't get damaged or erased by mistake. Then you need to be sure to unlock the card BEFORE putting it back into the CPAP machine.

Good luck and best wishes!

- Pyatrus

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#9
Thanks for your suggestions. I just got all my questions on installation and SD card use answered this a.m. Now I just need to follow all the helpful advice on how to use SH! I've used Sleep/Dream Mapper since the first week. Next step is to download the info to SH and try and learn how to interpret it!
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#10
(10-25-2015, 04:56 PM)pyatrus Wrote:
(10-14-2015, 11:21 PM)SideSleeper Wrote: Newbie here with question. I use the SleepMapper (now called DreamMapper) application to read my SD card. I've been poking around this great forum and it seems Sleepyhead may provide more information--I see mostly Resmed units are usually mentioned. Can I use it with my Restronics SD card?

I use the Philips Respironics System One (REMStar Auto A-Flex) with both the DreamMapper and SleepyHead software. Yes. SleepyHead gives more details (in a bit of a messy, and overly detailed way), and DreamMapper isn't a very well thought-out (or tested) update to SleepMapper, sad to say.

Both software programs work fine. Depending on your general computer skills, you may want to get a knowledgeable friend help you set things up. (Nothing is all that complicated -- unless you are using the Linux operating system.)

I use Windows computers and have installed both the DreamMapper and SleepyHead software using both Windows 7 (64-bit) and Windows XP (32-bit). I do not use Apple Macintosh computers or Linux computers.

You do need to insert your SD (memory) card into a card reader in your computer (or have a card reader attached, usually thru a USB connection). Read the card with each program's "reader" component.

Note: As recommended, be sure to slide the lock on the SD card to the locked position BEFORE inserting in the computer, to ensure the information doesn't get damaged or erased by mistake. Then you need to be sure to unlock the card BEFORE putting it back into the CPAP machine.

Good luck and best wishes!

- Pyatrus

Now that I am sitting at my computer ready to download my SD Card info to SH, another question comes up. Since you have the same PR system as I do I will ask you! Several people have posted pictures of SD Cards, but not the Respironics card. The PR card seems to differ from the generic cards. It has the little triangle (arrow) on it but does not say Lock. When removed from the machine the lock is at the top position--the direction the arrow is pointing and I understand this is the unlocked position. However this is backwards from other examples I have seen! Thinking-about Can you clarify which is which please. I'll be very grateful for your help!
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