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Hello....I'm a new APAP user. I've had my ResMed 10 AirSense AutoSet for about a week now. I'm currently using ResMeds MyAir to see my sleep progress. I view this through their website. I see a lot of people here use SleepyHead. MyAir just gives me numbers but not a detailed report like what kind of episodes are happening. I use my IPad to view MyAir. Is there a web version of SleepyHead and will it work via cellular data wirelessly like MyAir does? I like the convenience of my data being uploaded wirelessly and not having to worry with a SD card.
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#2
(08-02-2015, 04:23 PM)Seokieguy Wrote: Hello....I'm a new APAP user. I've had my ResMed 10 AirSense AutoSet for about a week now. I'm currently using ResMeds MyAir to see my sleep progress. I view this through their website. I see a lot of people here use SleepyHead. MyAir just gives me numbers but not a detailed report like what kind of episodes are happening. I use my IPad to view MyAir. Is there a web version of SleepyHead and will it work via cellular data wirelessly like MyAir does? I like the convenience of my data being uploaded wirelessly and not having to worry with a SD card.

Sleepyhead will give you a ton more data, but you do need to give it the data from your card.

Some people have tried some sort of wireless sd card, but I don't know anything about it.

It's not a big deal. Pop the card out, import it into SH and pop the card back into your machine.
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I've found that if CPAP is working well for me, I will go weeks at a time without checking my data. I check it more often if I think something needs adjustment. Popping out the SD card isn't that big a deal.
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#4
I did not get a SD card with my machine that I'm aware of. My DME company does everything wirelessly. What kind of card do I buy and where? I'm an Apple guy and we don't use SD cards...lol
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#5
Most SD cards will work. The machine will never fill up a 4GB card, which is the smallest size still available. Just make sure it's not an SDXC card or a micro-SD card (SDHC is OK). You can get one from any place that sells computers or cameras.
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(08-02-2015, 05:16 PM)big_dave Wrote: Most SD cards will work. The machine will never fill up a 4GB card, which is the smallest size still available. Just make sure it's not an SDXC card or a micro-SD card (SDHC is OK). You can get one from any place that sells computers or cameras.

Actually I found a micro SD will work just fine in an adaptor, which usually comes with the card.

If you don't want to pop the card out just get a Wifi capable SD card and use the Sleepmaster software to transfer it. There's a couple of threads for this - the creator keeps updating the software to make it easier and easier to set up.


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(08-02-2015, 04:59 PM)Seokieguy Wrote: I did not get a SD card with my machine that I'm aware of. My DME company does everything wirelessly. What kind of card do I buy and where? I'm an Apple guy and we don't use SD cards...lol

If you didn't the supplier owes you one free. Most any SD card will work, but Resmed posts warnings on there site against using any card but their own, and it's possible that if they find another SD card in the slot they might refuse to repair under warranty. It hasn't stopped me, but you should be aware of the warning.

To find the slot just pop open the little door on the left side of the machine - the one at the front top as you face the machine. There are three little doors on that side, one for the filter, one for an SD card, and one that I don't know but presume it's for their expensive oxymeter.
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#8
Thanks! I didn't check to see if there was a card in the machine. I'll take a look. Being new to all this I am just trying to figure everything out.
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#9
Hi Seokieguy!

:Welcome:

Looks like you are well on the way to getting your machine tuned up.

Hang in there!

Sleep-well
"With ordinary talent and extraordinary perseverance, all things are attainable." - Thomas Foxwell Buxton

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#10
Supplier #2 (link to supplier's list at top of every page) has a 1GB SD card for sale under their Accessories. Kinda pricey maybe @ $14.

Since you have the Resmed, you have to check the data on the card every 7 days. Unless they changed that for the A10s.
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