The meter stores the 450 most recent blood glucose test results along with respective dates and times in its memory. You can review the test results with these easy steps.
Enter the Memory Mode
Recall Test Results
Exit the Memory Mode
Li-Polymer battery. Rechargeable. The low battery symbol appears on the screen indicating that the battery is low and it is time to recharge the battery.
|1.||Connect the USB cable to the data port of the meter.|
|2.||Connect the other end of the cable to a free USB port on your personal computer.|
|3.||“USB” will appear on the display and the charging indicator will light up in red when the battery is recharging. After the battery is fully charged, the red light will turn green.|
|4.||Remove the USB cable and the meter will automatically switch off.|
．It is absolutely necessary that the meter is fully recharged every 3.5 months to ensure longevity of the battery. The meter may not be rechargeable if recharging is not performed over 3.5 months.
．It should take approximately 2 hours to be fully charged. Recharging the battery does not affect the test results stored in the memory.
．The USB cable is for battery recharging and data transmission to a computer. If you wish to recharge through a wall outlet, please obtain a USB adapter.
You may set up none or the entire reminder alarms (1-4). The meter displays “On” or “OFF , push “Main button” to turn on or turn off so as to set the first reminder alarm.Push “Main button” to select “On”, and then press SET to set the hour. When the hour is flashing, push “Main button” to add an hour. Push SET to confirm and go to minutes, push “Main button” to add the minutes. Hold “Main button” longer to accelerate it. Push SET to confirm and go to the next alarm setting.
If you do not want to set an alarm, push SET to skip this step.
If you want to turn off an alarm, find the alarm number by pushing SET in the setting mode, push “Main button” to change from “ON’ to “OFF”.
You can use the meter with an USB cable and the Health Care Software System to view your test results on your personal computer. To learn more about the Health Care Software System or to obtain a USB cable separately, please contact your local customer service or the place of purchase for assistance.
To download the Health Care Software System, please visit ForaCare Suisse AG, website at www.foracare.ch
Connect the cable to a USB port on your computer. With the meter switched off, connect the other end of the USB cable to the meter data port. "USB" will appear on the meter display, indicating that the meter is in communication mode.
To transmit data, follow the instructions provided in the software. Results will be transmitted with the dates and times. Remove the cable and the meter will automatically switch off.It also has a Bluetooth function to make the data transmission process easier.
Replacement lancets and test strips are distributed through major distributors to your nearest stores and pharmacies. Please contact your local customer service or the place of purchase for assistance.