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Download sleep data from myAirweb?

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danny +0 points · over 5 years ago Original Poster

I have a ResMed S10. Is there a way to download the last month's data from myAirweb? I have seen the post detailing reading the machines SD card. I did not install an SD card and would like to print out the data from the last 30 days. I have an unused SD card so if there the card can be populated with the previous 30 days of data by installing it now, I can do that. Either way is fine with me. Thanks

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Sierra +0 points · over 5 years ago Sleep Patron

Danny, I am not a user of MyAir, so I don't know if you can download the data from there. I suspect you may be able to view the data there, but possibly not download it. Unfortunately the MyAir data from what I have seen is pretty high level and essentially a summary, but not the detail. It is mainly to monitory compliance.

On the ResMed AirSense 10 Elite and AutoSet detailed data is only saved if you have the SD card installed. If you put the card in now, you may get some summary data on it from the memory in the machine. The basic AirSense 10 fixed pressure machine does not save any detailed data.

Not sure your intended purpose of downloading the data, but you may want to consider putting the SD card in and installing the free software SleepyHead on your PC or Mac. You need a SD card reader to get the data from the card to the computer. This is very good software for monitoring your machine performance. But, it is not going to get your last months data back. Your machine provider may have it though. Detailed data does get sent via WiFi. However, you need the ResMed software to use it.

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