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[split] CMS50F and Mac?
I'm new to all this as well/ I'm trying to use a CMS50F oximeter to monitor my blood oxygen but I'm having trouble importing my info to my computer. I have a version 3.8 CMS50F and it appears that sleepyhead only supports the 3.7 version. I'm also on a mac so that makes it a little different. Any help? thanks
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Emil - Slightly off topic (probably belongs in the Software forum), but I just received my CMS50F last Friday. It has 3.8 firmware, and it does work with the Sleepyhead I built for Linux back in March. It has been a bit quirky, but seems to work best if I turn on the CMS50F before I plug it in to the computer, and plug it in before I start Sleepyhead. I suspect some timing race conditions, but haven't done any serious debugging.
The drivers for Mac and Linux are somewhat similar (Unix-style), so the same procedure may work for you.
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thanks, I'll give it a try. Also figured out the board and posted on the software forum as well
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