Any professional or commercial driver who is using CPAP is required by the DOT (department of transportation) to provide a compliance report of usage. Drivers have mentioned DOT is needing compliance of using the device for at least 4 hours a night @ 70-75% of the time in order to be passed.
We can help by downloading the data off your CPAP machine via the sd memory card/chip located inside the unit. After downloading the data, we generate a report for you which can then be submitted on your part to your employer. We provide this CPAP compliance report for all drivers who require it to pass their DOT physical. This service is available in our office location Garden Grove, CA. It may also be possible for us to download and generate the report remotely depending on your the type of CPAP machine you own.
Please call us at 714-897-2727 for more details. More to come.
We offer two methods of how you can provide us your CPAP compliance data.
The easiest way is to simply send us the SD memory card located either on the back or side of your machine to us. If there is no card in the slot, you would need to need to insert any known working SD memory card (4 Gig minimum capacity) into the machine in order for the data to be transferred over to the card. To make sure the files have transferred over, Philips Respironics machines data will show "P-Series" file folder (pictured below) on the card. ResMed cpap machine data files are listed in the video below. Our shipping address is here.
Below are instructions on the second way you can send us your ResMed CPAP compliance data to us via email. Keep in mind this tutorial is for those who has access to a PC computer (not Apple). For those who have Philips Respironics, your files displayed on the memory card will be appear different than the ones shown in the video below. Please see the image under the video. The process is no different compared to ResMed cards.
How to send your ResMed CPAP Compliance Data
IMPORTANT: Below is the P-series file we need for Philips Respironics machines only.
Do not open the file. Simply right click on the file just like how the above video shows doing with the ResMed files.