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WiFi SD Card Data-transfer to ResScan & SH for The Rest of Us
#31
It seems like everyone is using the Toshiba Flash Air. What about the Eyefi wireless SD card? Any good? Has anyone tried it with an xpap?
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#32
IIRC there were issues with it such as you can only retrieve image files off of it (how stupid is that)
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Tongue Suck Technique for prevention of mouth breathing:
  • Place your tongue behind your front teeth on the roof of your mouth
  • let your tongue fill the space between the upper molars
  • gently suck to form a light vacuum
Practising during the day can help you to keep it at night

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#33
Indeed since it restricts the market for the product. Not too bright.
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Never Give In, Never Give Up


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#34
Will FlashPap work with a SanDisk SDHC Class 4 Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card as well as the Flashair cards with my AS10?
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#35
(12-24-2015, 10:55 PM)cpapdhf Wrote: Will FlashPap work with a SanDisk SDHC Class 4 Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card as well as the Flashair cards with my AS10?
Thanks

Sleep Master and FlashPap are both written around the Toshiba FlashAir and will not work with other wireless sd cards.

Tom
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#36
(12-25-2015, 03:31 AM)Jack_Russell_Fan Wrote:
(12-24-2015, 10:55 PM)cpapdhf Wrote: Will FlashPap work with a SanDisk SDHC Class 4 Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card as well as the Flashair cards with my AS10?
Thanks

Sleep Master and FlashPap are both written around the Toshiba FlashAir and will not work with other wireless sd cards.

Tom

I received a Toshiba 16GB FlashAir card for Christmas and just installed it using the excellent directions above. The card is pretty cool in that it can be configured for different uses with a simple config file that is well documented by Toshiba. However, for our purposes, the above steps are all that's needed. I'd gotten lazy about pulling my SD card and importing into Rescan so I was a little surprised about leak rates that were higher than I expected. That has prompted me to make some readjustments and now it is much easier to check my stats. Thanks again for this forum and the person that posted the original instructions. I'm using FlashPAP, Rescan, and the Toshiba FlashAir with Windows 10. The cost of the FlashAir card is around $25.00 - totally worth it. And, FlashPAP really makes it easy to pull down the data. Highly recommended!
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(01-01-2016, 05:01 PM)Dagmar Wrote:
(12-25-2015, 03:31 AM)Jack_Russell_Fan Wrote:
(12-24-2015, 10:55 PM)cpapdhf Wrote: Will FlashPap work with a SanDisk SDHC Class 4 Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card as well as the Flashair cards with my AS10?
Thanks

Sleep Master and FlashPap are both written around the Toshiba FlashAir and will not work with other wireless sd cards.

Tom

I received a Toshiba 16GB FlashAir card for Christmas and just installed it using the excellent directions above. The card is pretty cool in that it can be configured for different uses with a simple config file that is well documented by Toshiba. However, for our purposes, the above steps are all that's needed. I'd gotten lazy about pulling my SD card and importing into Rescan so I was a little surprised about leak rates that were higher than I expected. That has prompted me to make some readjustments and now it is much easier to check my stats. Thanks again for this forum and the person that posted the original instructions. I'm using FlashPAP, Rescan, and the Toshiba FlashAir with Windows 10. The cost of the FlashAir card is around $25.00 - totally worth it. And, FlashPAP really makes it easy to pull down the data. Highly recommended!

My pleasure. Glad they worked for you, Tom.
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#38
(01-01-2016, 05:01 PM)Dagmar Wrote:
(12-25-2015, 03:31 AM)Jack_Russell_Fan Wrote:
(12-24-2015, 10:55 PM)cpapdhf Wrote: Will FlashPap work with a SanDisk SDHC Class 4 Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card as well as the Flashair cards with my AS10?
Thanks

Sleep Master and FlashPap are both written around the Toshiba FlashAir and will not work with other wireless sd cards.

Tom

I received a Toshiba 16GB FlashAir card for Christmas and just installed it using the excellent directions above. The card is pretty cool in that it can be configured for different uses with a simple config file that is well documented by Toshiba. However, for our purposes, the above steps are all that's needed. I'd gotten lazy about pulling my SD card and importing into Rescan so I was a little surprised about leak rates that were higher than I expected. That has prompted me to make some readjustments and now it is much easier to check my stats. Thanks again for this forum and the person that posted the original instructions. I'm using FlashPAP, Rescan, and the Toshiba FlashAir with Windows 10. The cost of the FlashAir card is around $25.00 - totally worth it. And, FlashPAP really makes it easy to pull down the data. Highly recommended!

What kind of WiFi range can one expect? I realize that will be dependent on the setup in the home.
My Asus router 80211bgn router is 2 floors below my bedroom in a wooden 3 level house and it works well with all WiFi devices at that level which include phone, laptop and internet audio streaming devices. Signal strength is ~ -60dBm. I realize the Flashair card hasn't much of an antenna built in and probably is not transmitting much power and was wondering whether I have any chance of realizing reasonable connectivity under those conditions. Is anyone having success under similar conditions?

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#39
(01-04-2016, 05:26 PM)cpapdhf Wrote:
(01-01-2016, 05:01 PM)Dagmar Wrote:
(12-25-2015, 03:31 AM)Jack_Russell_Fan Wrote: Sleep Master and FlashPap are both written around the Toshiba FlashAir and will not work with other wireless sd cards.

Tom

I received a Toshiba 16GB FlashAir card for Christmas and just installed it using the excellent directions above. The card is pretty cool in that it can be configured for different uses with a simple config file that is well documented by Toshiba. However, for our purposes, the above steps are all that's needed. I'd gotten lazy about pulling my SD card and importing into Rescan so I was a little surprised about leak rates that were higher than I expected. That has prompted me to make some readjustments and now it is much easier to check my stats. Thanks again for this forum and the person that posted the original instructions. I'm using FlashPAP, Rescan, and the Toshiba FlashAir with Windows 10. The cost of the FlashAir card is around $25.00 - totally worth it. And, FlashPAP really makes it easy to pull down the data. Highly recommended!

What kind of WiFi range can one expect? I realize that will be dependent on the setup in the home.
My Asus router 80211bgn router is 2 floors below my bedroom in a wooden 3 level house and it works well with all WiFi devices at that level which include phone, laptop and internet audio streaming devices. Signal strength is ~ -60dBm. I realize the Flashair card hasn't much of an antenna built in and probably is not transmitting much power and was wondering whether I have any chance of realizing reasonable connectivity under those conditions. Is anyone having success under similar conditions?


Sorry, I don't know the answer to that but you could try it and turn off the noise correction feature which will increase the available distance.



https://www.flashair-developers.com/en/d...ISE_CANCEL

(Improve connection at the cost of decreased range of the signal, which can be beneficiary in a noisy environment)


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What kind of WiFi range can one expect? I realize that will be dependent on the setup in the home.
My Asus router 80211bgn router is 2 floors below my bedroom in a wooden 3 level house and it works well with all WiFi devices at that level which include phone, laptop and internet audio streaming devices. Signal strength is ~ -60dBm. I realize the Flashair card hasn't much of an antenna built in and probably is not transmitting much power and was wondering whether I have any chance of realizing reasonable connectivity under those conditions. Is anyone having success under similar conditions?
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Sorry, I don't know the answer to that but you could try it and turn off the noise correction feature which will increase the available distance.


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What kind of range are you experiencing? How far apart is your cpap from your wifi router?

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