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Get data from bluetooth for OSCAR?

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sleepy2233 +0 points · about 3 years ago Original Poster

I have a technical question: has anyone ever gotten data for OSCAR from Bluetooth? I have a Mac and can pair my laptop to the Philips Respironics Dreamstation, but it doesn't connect nor can I see the raw files. I'm happy to get an SD card, but figured this would be better if possible.


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Sierra +0 points · about 3 years ago Sleep Patron

I am still using SleepyHead and am not aware it or OSCAR can connect with Bluetooth. Your best solution may be to buy a small portable SD card reader that plugs into your USB port, if you do not have a built in SD card reader in your laptop. You may want to do some checking first to see if your DreamStation actually captures detailed data on a SD card. The most basic ResMed CPAP does not, but the more advanced ones do. If your DreamStation is an Auto version it should capture data.

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