Importing readings from the Asma-1

Importing readings from the Asma-1
The first time you import readings from an Asma-1 meter, you will need to make sure that the driver has installed properly. This should happen automatically, but please see these instructions if it isn't working for you.

To import readings from the Asma-1 meter first open the  data sheet, either by creating a new record  or by opening an existing one and then clicking on "View - Data Sheet" from the main menu.

Once in the data sheet click on the "Import Readings" button in the bottom left of the data sheet, and then select "From Vitalograph Asma-1" from the menu that pops up.

Once you have pressed the button a new window will appear. Click on "Import Readings from Asma-1". Oasys will search the available ports to see if it can find an Asma-1 that is plugged in and in upload mode. You should now make sure that the Asma-1 is plugged in and hold down the "up arrow" button on the Asma-1 to put it into Upload mode. Oasys will then locate the meter and upload the readings. When this finishes Oasys will show you a reassuring message.

If you want to erase the memory on the meter click on "Clear Asma-1 Memory". Next click on "Finished" and the data sheet will move to the start date of the imported readings so that you can see them easily.

If Oasys can't find the meter then make sure that it is plugged in securely. If you did not get time to plug it in and put it in upload mode before Oasys stopped searching then you can simply try again.

It is best to install Oasys before plugging the meter into the computer.

Example screenshot


Comments

Hello,

I have followed all your instructions, including the zip file that we need to download for Asma-1 and we are getting error report on the software. Can you help?
12/21/2023

Hi, I believe the most recent version of Oasys no longer links to the asma 1 unfortunately. Are you using the most recent version? thanks
12/22/2023

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2/22/2024

Hi everyone !

My name is Connie and we love cats in our family. We own two of these magnificent felines. I joined the forum because I have concerns about living with someone in my family who is allergic to cats (cat hair) and our felines. Because there was a little cousin of mine who moved in with us recently and he turned out to be allergic to cats (cat hair). So we had to temporarily move our cats to other homes. And since then there have been rats or mice that have entered our house. With rats or mice proving to be a little too harmful and causing significant damage, there are concerns about the possible implications in terms of the spread of disease in our environment. Dirt and disorder were thought to attract them. But despite our efforts to maintain cleanliness, the proliferation of these rodents persists. The use of mousetraps proved disappointing, with no catches and the baits mysteriously disappearing.
I always try to apply solutions that are less harmful to the environment. And a friend advised me to use acne as mouse bait https://www.stoprodent.com/. I would like to gather the experience of people who have encountered a similar problem, especially regarding the use of these particular baits. I wonder about their effectiveness and would like to know if they pose a risk to other animals in the area or to the environment. Or how can we cure our little cousin's cat allergy so that coexistence is perfect?
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