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Vesta flaggert Offline

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Which smart card reader to get for s9
Which card reader should I get for my PC to read my sleep study results for s9 and any recommendations on where to get it.
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06-15-2013 05:21 PM
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RE: Which smart card reader to get for s9
Vesta, they are the ones that are used fro digital camera's, if you take the card with you either a camera shop or anyone that sells card readers should have them. I live in Australia I think they are about $40 here, I already had one for my camera so just used that, on mine it has SD/MMC/RC-MMC USB 2.0.
You may want to update the type of machine you have on your profile, either an Escape, Elite or Autoset, you can find it next to the power button on your CPAP.
The software will not run on an Escape.
06-15-2013 05:28 PM
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RE: Which smart card reader to get for s9
(06-15-2013 05:21 PM)Vesta flaggert Wrote:  Which card reader should I get for my PC to read my sleep study results for s9 and any recommendations on where to get it.
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Any generic SD card reader doesn't have to be ResMed (found in any dept store) will do the job and some computers have SD card slot
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06-15-2013 05:30 PM
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Zonk is right. Anything off the shelf will work.

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06-15-2013 06:36 PM
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I have a USB adapter I got for about 5 USD. Put the card in the adapter and put the adapter into a USB port. I have another for those tiny like micro cards

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RE: Which smart card reader to get for s9
(06-15-2013 05:21 PM)Vesta flaggert Wrote:  Which card reader should I get for my PC to read my sleep study results for s9 and any recommendations on where to get it.
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The cheapest you can find. I have a couple from Fry's and Tiger Direct (CompUSA). I think I paid around $3-4 for either one. They do fine. And don't waste money on high capacity cards. I don't believe the Resmed machine will use more than about 1 GB of data storage EVER. It will remove old data at one year. 4 GB card is the smallest I could find, though.
06-16-2013 10:52 AM
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