EncoreViewer 2.0 Software with USB SD Memory Card Reader for PR System One Machines
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PR One EncoreViewer 2.0 with USB SD Card Overview
CPAP software is certainly a valuable tool for CPAP users and now Respironics offers a version designed for patients. The Respironics EncoreViewer even comes with technical support from the manufacturer. Something which previously has not been available and is only available from Respironics.
EncoreViewer is a software program that analyzes data recorded by Respironics CPAP and BiPAP machines. Use the SD memory card to transfer data from your machine and to the software that generates a series of therapy reports. The information in the reports includes occurrences of flow-limitation events like snores, hypopneas or apneas, time at specific pressure levels (on auto CPAPs and BiPAPs), event histograms and mask leaks. The information is given in short-term detailed formats as well as in long-term trends.
EncoreViewer Does Not Work With:
- PR System One REMStar 60 Series
- REMstar Choice
- REMstar LX
- PR System One REMstar BiPAP Auto SV Advanced
This USB SD memory card reader will download information from a Respironics PR System One machine for processing by Encore Pro and EncoreViewer Software.
This product does not include the SD memory card. This is only the card reader and Software.
This Product Includes...
EncoreViewer 2.0 Software for PR System One Machines is NOT compatible with 64 Bit systems. The software will only work on 32-bit Operating Systems.
Windows compatible computer running Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP Home or Preffesional SP2 or later, Windows Vista Home or Business SP1 or later, Windows 7 Home or Professional, or Windows Server 2004 SP2 or later
- 800x600 minimum resolution video adapter and monitor; 1024x768 or higher recommended
- Pentium III or later processor
- 256 MB system memory
- 1 GB free hard disk space
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 or later
- USB port, Keyboard, and Microsoft compatible Mouse
- SD Card Reader, USB SmartCard Reader, or PCMCIA SmartCard Reader to copy therapy data from memory card to your computer
CPAP.com always offers these services
- 24 hour access to our CPAPtalk.com Support Forum
- Learning Center for information on sleep apnea and cpap equipment
- Consumer Purchasing Trends Reports
- Warranty Services for all items purchased through CPAP.com
- Insurance Compliant Invoices
- Free Prescription Request System
- Philips Respironics products are for sale only to patients within the U.S. and not to other third parties or businesses.
- All services provided by CPAP.com, including advertisement, ordering, sale, delivery, instruction, and setup of the products are performed solely by CPAP.com and independently of the manufacturer.
You are able to print reports using EncoreViewer.
However, data reports cannot be exported to a file.
The EncoreViewer software will not delete or alter data on the PR System One SD Memory Card.
We do not offer technical support or interpretation assistance with this software. Please consult your physician or clinician for interpretation assistance.
Respironics DOES offer minimal technical support for this product. Respironics technicians will not assist with interpretation of data, but you may leave your information directly with Respironics and a representative will call back within 2 business days.
Here are links to information that may be helpful in using this EncoreViewer Software:
Respironics SD Memory Card Reader - USB
EncoreViewer 2.0 was a quick and simple install and I like having the ability to create my own reports for what's going on with nightly respiratory events. But there are several reasons for giving this product just 3 stars. First, the application provides no access to the detail data which is in a proprietary format. So there is no ability to manipulate the data so that it can be sorted or viewed differently. Secondly, the level of detail provided is not very detailed. The report will tell you that you had an event, but won't, for example, tell you how long the event lasted. Thirdly, for data older than 7 days, you get a summary that rolls up the data for the entire night - in other words, you can't see when respiratory events are ocuring during the night. Reports showing detail for when events occur during the night are available ONLY for the most recent 7 days of collected data. If it's older than 7 days, you're out of luck. Overall, I'm happy that I bought this product, but it falls far short of what it should be able to do and in my opinion merits just a 3 star rating. more...
5 people found this helpful.
Easy to install and use. Generates reports that are similar if not exactly like those from DME provider. Allows you to self-monitor performance and troubleshoot blower issues i.e. mask leak %. Allows printing of reports so that you can provide to your Dr. if needed. more...
2 people found this helpful.
I was plesently suprised at how fast and good the Cpap service was. They got my order to me before I got my new Cpap machine. I can't wait to try my new software out. more...
1 person found this helpful.
Thank You first of all for an exceptionally nice experience ordering. I forgot something and called back only to find the order in process. Wow, that's fast! The software,chinstrap and software reader exceeded expectations and all arrived in the same box. I look forward to doing business in the future and have been recommending cpap.com to everyone I talk to about my new adventure in nocturnal bliss. more...
1 person found this helpful.
Frankly, I'm a bit of a geek and wish the Viewer software would let me dig a bit deeper into what's going on. I know that xPAP software isn't going to be perfectly accurate. It's only showing pressure gradients after all, but Respironics needs to know that SOME OSA patients like to have the option of seeing very specifically on a minute by minute basis what is happening while they sleep. For me it's a matter of, I'm making the effort to sleep with this contraption, it's collecting breath by breath data and making minute adjustments to my airway. Just let me know as much as I want to know about what it's doing. What's the big deal about keeping me from knowing what my machine knows in as much detail as I want? It's shows a little mark on a graph for an apnea episode. Tell me how long that episode lasted! It was my darned episode! more...
13 people found this helpful.