Yes, most current version. I went onto the OSCAR site to see if there was a “contact us” tab. No luck. All I found was a bunch of griping about daylight savings time changes. Rather than go back and struggle with pinpointing the time of events going back, and trying to correlate, I will keep manual records going forward and if I wake up with an obstruction, i’ll record the exact time and hours on the machine and expand that interval in the morning to see what gives. I also added tracking “time on exhalation “ to see how that correlates. Maybe, with luck, the slits have solved the problem and I won’t have to troubleshoot further…well, one can always hope. ;-)
Thanks for your help all along, Sierra, from a grateful newbie.
I tried deselecting the country. OSCAR would not allow deselecting the time zone. It didn’t change the data display, nor did changing to EST. So I went back to USA, PST. I am still puzzled why some days display a time, and others merely the hours on the machine.
Really odd: looking back, on the daily wave traces page, on some days the x axis lists military times ( not pacific) and on other days, today included, the x axis is labeled as actual time on the machine ( from t= 0 :00 to 9:01 hours). I had recorded on paper the actual time I started (PST) and when I turned off the machine to see how I could correlate events. What’s so weird is that I didn’t change anything in the settings and in fact I can’t see where one enters preferences for how the the X axis for time is labeled. Anyone know?
Sierra, If it the air sense 10 that is set to eastern time, should I just change the OSCAR setting to eastern time to compensate. Or will that mess up the data.
Ummm…not about daylight savings time — is time zone issue…
OK. So I’ve imported all my data in ( an embarrassment of riches ). One problem I haven’t been able to figure out is that I configured OSCAR For Pacific time, my computer is set for Pacific time, but the data set seems to be coming out in Eastern time. Clearly, I can compensate by subtracting 3 hours, but when I’m trying to correlate times of cone collapse with events, it’s kind of annoying. Any ideas what I need to do to fix this?
Thanks,Sierra. I hadn’t even accessed the SD card yet when I was confronted with several tabs worth of settings. Will sit down and keep notes for questions.
Slits solved blockage problem -as long as I don’t lean too far back in recliner— guess is gravitational effect sleeping on my back. My guess is that side sleeping in bed would also not be a problem.
Sierra, I just downloaded OSCAR and find the huge panoply of settings daunting. Do I just leave the default settings, or are there some I should change ?
Just checked —The oval one is a philips dream station
There was also a resmed one. Also didn’t work