This is a quick tutorial for the Facebook group CPAP card support international, this is the resume 10 series.
Same layout and external functionality
You will find exactly the same layout and external functionality for her or the standard black for him. This is an actually alone machine, so it is both a for him and they for her, simultaneously while we're on the back, this is the fitting for the heater hose. A standard hose will fit over this section, heated hose clips on sideways with the electrical element sliding into this hole.
Down here is where your power cord goes, make sure this is in firmly or else your machine will show an error. Now, this is a front one facing machine, this slides out, open it up. Now one of the things you have to be careful with, this is just in here as a seal, this can get grimy. If you find that slippery slimy it needs a wash. Also if you find you have an air leak just check that, that is nicely snug up there, then give you a container, bit of a push, and it just slides in.
You can also buy an end cap to replace that, but I wouldn't recommend it. This sides of the machine are what we want to talk about today.
Where is the CPAP SD card
First of all, while I'm here, this is where your filters go, and you replace the filter, you simply pull that out, put a new one in and shut the door. Very easy, this section is what we came here for today. This is where your SD card lives, so you simply open that, and you see there's our little blue get there, give it a push, and the SD comes out. But this has a D card, slide it in the side of the computer, and there we go.
If we wanted to make it now open sleepyhead and now we can go here, the CPAP SD card, click on that and it says ResMed file structure for auto set was located, and it said it's just a random letter, your computer is giving it now, and will click yes, and now it will go through and import the data, and in several minutes that import will finish.
Your computer does not erase or damage the data card
Then you will be able to review all the data on your CPAP machine sonar on your computer for your feedback machine. Now when you finish with this, take that out, and put it straight back in there that's it. Very easy, you may get a message on sleepy head, that says try locking your card, I don't have to do anything with your data card.
Your computer is not going to erase or damage your data card at all, and once your data card is loaded on the computer then the data stays there, there we go. It's doing an import, it's done. Now you can just simply take that out, slide it in there and close it off. That's it, finished.
Other web page resource
Devices and SD Cards Do your patients have questions: devices-and-sd-cards