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[split] Question About Compliance Data
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Can someone please show me data that would be considered compliant on my old machine that doesn't have an SD card so that I won't have to take my machine to the clinic each time? Thanks
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(05-12-2016, 08:04 PM)BreatheBetter Wrote: Can someone please show me data that would be considered compliant on my old machine that doesn't have an SD card so that I won't have to take my machine to the clinic each time? Thanks

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Best to start a new thread when asking a new question...
I'll ask a moderator to move this to a new thread.

I think w/o a data card, you are stuck bringing in the machine for compliance. Are you in a occupation that requires continuous proof of compliance?
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(05-12-2016, 08:04 PM)BreatheBetter Wrote: Can someone please show me data that would be considered compliant on my old machine that doesn't have an SD card so that I won't have to take my machine to the clinic each time? Thanks

I'm not sure I understand this question. You need to bring in either the machine or the SD card or both. Since there's no SD card, there's no way to show compliance without looking at the machine itself.

Even if you did have a SD card, the machine itself may be required to deter fraud.
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