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.
This question is for users that utilize humidity with the Resmed S10.
I have been a cpap patient for about 15 years. I just got a new machine, a Resmed S10. I love about the machine except for one thing. I'm wondering if anyone else has the same issue. I have always used a lot of humidity and usually found it necessary to refill the water tank during the night after making a pit stop. With my other machines this was a simple matter of popping open a lid, pouring some water in and hopping back into bed. With the S10 however, I must pull the tank out of the machine (on a bedstand that does not have much room on it), open the lid, pour the water in, snap the lid closed,re-insert the tank. This may not seem like much of a chore but compared to my previous sleep sessions it is. My sleep is disturbed. Not by apnea but by needing to fiddle with the machine in the middle of the night. I wish that Resmed had incorporated a refill cap on the external part of the tank lid. Anybody else have this issue?
What I really love about the machine is that when I use the humidity on the auto setting, I do not get dry mouth. Lowering the heat slowed down water consumption but dry mouth returned. A room humidifier did not offer enough of a buffer,
One option that I will suggest to my sleep therapist is for me to have a second water tank filled and ready to swap out. I think that this may work. If not, then I will look at how the competition has designed their machines.
Resmed, are you listening?
I have been a CPAP machine user for about 10 years now and am thinking about changing my weekly hose sanitation regime when I get my new S10.
I have been using "free and clear" types of dish soap with no ill effects, no odor or premature degradation of the equipment. Having said this, I realize that there is a difference between cleaning and sanitation. I am contemplating the use of Respisoak or similar. The directions call for diluting 4 ounces of the product with a gallon of water. Seems a waste of product to me. If I mix a quart of water to 1 ounce of product I will have enough solution to soak the hose as well as the water tank if I can plug the hose.
My question is.......are plugs available to apply to both ends of the hose?
If not, I figure hard rubber laboratory test tube plugs would work. I would just need to get an idea of what size/s I would need.