Arkray Glucocard X-Meter Technical information

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2.2 What You Need for Each Test
Chapter 10 Technical Information
10.1 Specifications
Product
Model
Test item
Sample
Sample size
Test strips
Unit of measure
Test range
Test time
Temperature
compensation
Battery
Battery life
Power consumption
Memory capacity
Clock accuracy
Operating
environment
Expected life
Dimensions
Weight
GLUCOCARDTM X-mini plus
GT-1960
Blood glucose level
Fresh capillary whole blood*1
0.3 μL
GLUCOCARDTM X premium Test Strips
mmol/L
0.6 to 33.3 mmol/L
5 seconds from blood detection
Automatic compensation using built-in thermo sensor
a. GLUCOCARDTM
X-mini plus (meter)
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Thank you for choosing the GLUCOCARDTM X-mini plus.
We have designed this compact blood glucose meter for faster and easier
testing of your blood glucose. We hope our product will help you manage your
diabetes. This manual explains how to use your new meter. Before testing,
carefully read through this manual and the package inserts that come with the
GLUCOCARDTM X premium Test Strips and GLUCOCARDTM X-METER
CONTROL. Pay particular attention to listed warnings and cautions. Please
keep this manual handy for future reference. If you have any questions, please
contact our authorized distributor(s) at the end of this manual.
3 V lithium battery (CR2032) × 2
Approx. 1,000 tests (Actual number of tests may be
less under some conditions of use.)
0.02 W (Max.)
500 test results
Within ±75 seconds/month
Temperature: 10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F)
Humidity: 20 to 80% RH (No condensation)
3 years (according to company data)
L102 × W33 × 18.5 mm (L4.0 × W1.3 × 0.7 inches)
Approx. 46 g (1.49 ounces)
Chapter 1 Introduction
*1: Although whole blood samples are used for measurement, displayed results
are equivalent to plasma glucose levels.
1.1 Intended Use
Your GLUCOCARDTM X-mini plus and GLUCOCARDTM X premium Test Strips
are for quantitatively measuring the glucose level in fresh capillary whole blood.
They are intended for use outside of the body (in vitro diagnostic use) at home
or in a clinical setting as an aid to monitor and control blood glucose levels. Do
not use them to diagnose diabetes. Also, do not alter treatment based on
the test results of this meter without instructions from your doctor or healthcare
professional.
 Store the meter at 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F).
 The meter is shipped with the batteries loaded. So, you can start testing
immediately. However, the batteries may not satisfy the “Battery life”.
 Product specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
1.2 Measurement Principle
Glucose in the blood reacts with the reagent in the test strip and this produces
a small electric current. The strength of this current is proportional to the
concentration of glucose in the blood. The meter measures this current and
calculates your glucose level.
1.3 What’s Included
 GLUCOCARDTM X-mini plus
 Carrying case
 Operating Manual (this manual)
 Simplified Manual / Information for Users
 MultiletTM (lancets)*
 Multi-Lancet DeviceTM (lancing device)*
 GLUCOCARDTM X premium Test Strips*
Some kits do not include the above items with an asterisk (*).
Chapter 2 Before Tests
2.1 Important Health-Related Information
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WARNING
Do not use this meter for your blood glucose testing if you are being tested
for galactose tolerance or xylose absorption. You may use this meter if you
are taking PAM (1-Methylpyridine-6-carbaldehyde oxime).
These treatments may produce higher test results than your actual
blood glucose level. Taking unnecessary measures to lower your blood
glucose level may induce severe low glucose symptoms such as coma.
b. GLUCOCARDTM
X premium Test Strips
d. Lancet
WARNING
Keep the meter, test strips and other items away from young children. Small
items are choking hazards.
2.3 Cautions on Using the Meter
CAUTION
 For accurate test results, allow the meter to adjust to the surroundings:
Temperature: 10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F)
Humidity: 20 to 80% RH (Relative Humidity)
for 30 minutes before testing your blood glucose.
 Do not store or use the meter where:
• There are sharp temperature fluctuations.
• Humidity is high enough to cause condensation (bathrooms, drying
rooms, kitchen, etc.).
• There is a strong electromagnetic field (microwave oven, cell phone,
etc.).
 Do not use the meter after it has been dropped in liquid or liquids have
entered inside, even if dried afterwards.
 Keep hands away from the test strip slot on the meter. A thermo sensor is
housed inside the meter to minimize detection of errors.
 Do not connect the communication cable to the connection terminal
during testing. The meter may be damaged, leading to inaccurate test
results.
 Do not apply blood directly to the test strip slot on the meter.
 Do not share your meter with anyone to avoid the risk of infection.
2.4 Cautions on Using the Test Strips
CAUTION
 Use only the GLUCOCARDTM X premium Test Strips for testing with the
GLUCOCARDTM X-mini plus. Do not use other test strips as it causes
inaccurate test results.
 Do not use test strips beyond their expiration date. The expiration date is
written on the test strip bottle next to “Exp.”.
 For accurate test results, allow test strips to adjust to the surroundings:
Temperature: 10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F)
Humidity: 20 to 80% RH
for 20 minutes before testing your blood glucose.
 Do not use the test strips if 6 months or more have passed since
opening the bottle.
 The test strips are for single-use only. Do not use test strips that have
already absorbed blood or control solution.
NOTE
Store test strips in their original bottle to maintain quality. Do not transfer them
to other containers.
2.5 Meter Parts
Strap hole
Battery holder
Display
with backlight
Test strip
disposal lever
Connection
terminal
Test strip slot with light
Insert a test strip here before
testing.
REV. 2011.09
c. Lancing device
Button
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Button Operations
This manual uses the following graphic icons to
show you how to operate the button.
Left
Right
Press the button once.
Twice
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Next ...
Go to chapter 3 “Blood Sampling”. Draw blood and apply it to the test strip no
more than 5 minutes after you insert the test strip into the meter. Double beeps
begin to sound 4 minutes and 30 seconds after inserting the test strip. Thirty
seconds later, the meter turns itself off.
Chapter 8 Control Test
Chapter 9 Meter Care
This meter checks itself every time you insert a test strip. You do not need to
run frequent control tests. Do a control test if:
9.1 Storing Your Meter
NOTE
In the ECO mode, the blood symbol flashes 2 minutes shorter than otherwise.
See chapter 7 “Meter Setup”.
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
Press the button the specified number of
times.
Slide the button to the right.
Chapter 3 Blood Sampling
Slide the button to the left.
This chapter briefly explains how to get a blood sample using the Multi-Lancet
DeviceTM and MultiletTM. If using some other lancing device to sample blood, see
the manual for that device.
Hold
Hold the button in the direction of the arrow
until the option you want appears on the
screen.
Hold for
5 seconds
Hold the button in the direction of the arrow
for the specified duration of time.
3.1 Lancing Device Parts
MultiletTM (lancet)
Multi-Lancet DeviceTM (lancing device)
Head cap
Holder
Puncture button
Adjustment dial
Protective cap
2.6 Display
Delete flag
Control test flag
HYPO flag
Special band
Band hooks
Disposal-and-set lever
Strap hole
Sound mute symbol
After-meal flag
Battery symbol
Displays the
blood symbol,
date and time,
etc.
Clock counter
Meal amount flag
Decimal point
Thermometer symbol
2.7 Inserting Test Strips into the Meter
3.2 Cautions on Using the Multi-Lancet DeviceTM
Follow these cautions to reduce the risk of infection by pathogenic
microorganisms.
CAUTION
 Wash the puncture site with soap and water. Dry the site thoroughly
before sampling blood.
 Do not share the same lancet or lancing device with anyone to avoid the
risk of infection.
 Always use a new lancet. Lancets are for single-use only. Do not reuse a
lancet that you have already used.
Start with the following steps to test your blood glucose level.
1. With clean, dry hands, remove 1 test strip from the bottle.
Do not bend the test strip.
NOTE
 Tightly close the bottle immediately after taking out a test strip.
 Do not apply blood to the test strip before inserting it into the meter.
2. Insert the test strip fully into the test strip slot.
The meter turns on. Check that a full display appears as
in chapter 2.6.
After the most recent test result appears, the
blood symbol will flash on the screen.
If nothing appears on the screen, remove the test strip and insert it back into
the test strip slot.
NOTE
 You can turn on the test strip light.
 The test result that appears right after power turns on is the most recent
result without a control test flag or delete flag.
 If the thermometer symbol appears on the screen, see “If a
Message Appears” in the “Information for Users”.
 If you insert a test strip beyond the expiration date you set, the
blood symbol and expiration symbol will alternately flash on the
screen. If this occurs, see chapter 6.3.
3.3 Selecting a Sampling Site
Alternative site testing (AST): This meter can test the glucose level of blood
from your fingertip, palm, forearm or upper arm. However, test results from
sites other than the fingertip may differ from a fingertip measurement. Consult
your doctor or healthcare professional before testing blood from the palm,
forearm or upper arm.
Use blood from:
If you are going to test:
Fingertip, palm,
forearm or
upper arm
Fingertip
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Before meals
Two hours or more after meals
Two hours or more after exercise
When there is the possibility of blood glucose level
changing rapidly (e.g. after meals or exercise)
 When experiencing symptoms of hypoglycemia
such as perspiration, cold sweats, a floating
sensation or trembling
 When immediate testing is needed for suspected
hypoglycemia
 When in poor physical condition such as having a
cold, etc.
3.4 Sampling from Your Fingertip
1. Remove the head cap.
CAUTION
If you cannot test your blood glucose due to a problem with your meter or
test strips, promptly contact your healthcare professional and distributor.
2. Insert a new lancet into the holder until it stops.
3. To flag the test result:
See step 2 in chapter 5.1.
NOTE
Use only the control solution, GLUCOCARDTM X-METER CONTROL, to test
your meter and test strips
CAUTION
 Do not use control solutions beyond their expiration date. The expiration
date is written on the control solution bottles next to “Exp.”.
 Leave the meter and test strips at
10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F) and 20 to 80% RH,
and the control solution at
22 to 28°C (72 to 82°F)
for at least 30 minutes before running the control test.
 Do not drink control solution. It is not for human consumption.
 Keep control solution away from skin and eyes. Contact may cause
inflammation.
1. See steps 1 and 2 in chapter 2.7.
Before-meal flag
After-exercise flag
You suspect the meter or test strips are not working properly.
You dropped the meter.
You damaged the meter.
Your test results do not match how you feel.
You want to check performance of the meter and test strips before a blood
glucose test.
NOTE
Use a lancet before its expiration date.
3. Twist off the protective cap on the lancet. Keep the
protective cap for disposing of the lancet after the test.
2. Select the control test flag.
As an alternative, you can attach the control test flag after the
test result appears on the screen. Test results with the control test flag are not
part of your result averages.
3. Make sure that the blood symbol is flashing on the screen.
4. Squeeze a drop of control solution to the tip of the test strip.
After use, tightly close the caps of the test strip bottle and control solution bottle
to maintain their quality.
Store your meter, test strips, control solutions and manuals in your carrying
case and store it in a dry location. The correct storage temperature is 0 to 50°C
(32 to 122°F) for the meter and 1 to 30°C (34 to 86°F) for the test strips and
control solutions. Do not freeze. Avoid heat, humidity and direct sunlight.
CAUTION
To obtain accurate test results:
 Do not use test strips or control solutions if their bottles are broken or
have been left open.
 Do not use the test strips or control solutions beyond their expiration
dates.
9.2 Cleaning Your Meter and Lancing Device
Your meter and lancing device do not need special cleaning. If your meter and
lancing device get dirty, wipe them with a soft piece of cloth moistened with
water. To disinfect these items after cleaning, wipe with a soft cloth moistened
with 70% ethanol, 70% isopropanol or diluted household bleach (0.05% sodium
hypochlorite solution).
9.3 Changing the Batteries
When the battery symbol appears on the screen, the batteries
are getting low. Before using your meter, change the batteries.
Past results remain in the memory even when the batteries are
changed.
NOTE
Your meter uses two CR2032 3V lithium batteries. This type of batteries is
available in many stores. Keep spare batteries handy at all times.
The test will not start if you apply your control solution to
the check window directly.
You do not need to set the date and time if you insert new batteries within 1
minute after removing the old batteries. Even if you change the batteries within
1 minute, your meter’s clock may stop if:
The test starts when the meter detects the control
solution. The meter counts down from 5 to 1 during the
test.
 The batteries are not replaced soon after the battery symbol appears.
 The batteries are inserted upside down.
 You touch the metal parts inside the meter with hands or metal.
NOTE
 Tightly close the control solution bottle.
 Do not touch the test strip once the meter starts counting down.
1. Make sure the meter is off.
5. Check your test result is within the acceptable range.
The acceptable range is shown on the package insert that come with the
control solution. If within range, the meter and the test strip are working
properly. If out of range, test the control solution again.
CAUTION
If you still have test results that are out of the acceptable range, stop using
your meter, test strips and control solutions, and contact your distributor.
6. Slide the test strip disposal lever to eject the test strip.
The meter turns itself off.
2. Grip the strap hole with the tip of your finger and pull
open.
3. Remove the batteries.
4. Set the new batteries into the battery holder with the
“+” side facing upward.
NOTE
If the batteries are inserted upside down, the meter will
not operate.
5. Close the battery holder.
6. The “SET” screen appears when the time has been reset. If it appears, set
the correct time. See the setup mode flowchart in chapter 7. If you do not set
the time, all subsequent test results will be stored as 12:00 AM or 00:00.
Dispose of old batteries according to your local environmental
regulations.
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4. Attach the head cap to the lancing device body.
Chapter 7 Meter Setup
When you hear a beep, remove the test strip from the blood. The test starts
when the meter detects enough amount of blood. The meter counts down from
5 to 1 during the test.
Your meter is set up as below at the time of purchase. To change the settings, see the setup mode flowchart.
 Alarm: Off
 Result average display: 7d
 ECO: Off
 Beeper volume: High (3)
 Meal amount: Off
 Test strip expiration: Off
 Date: Current local date
 Bar graph: Upper limit 16.7 mmol/L, Lower limit 2.8 mmol/L
 Time: Current local time
 HYPO: Off
6. Wash the puncture site with soap and water. Dry
thoroughly.
Setup mode
To go to “SET”:
to follow the black
arrows (
).
Alarm
1. Make sure
the meter is
off.
Current setting
2.
You can make 4
alarm settings.
Hold for
5 seconds
to follow the gray
arrows (
).
Beeper volume
Date
Time
Current setting
Current setting
Current setting
1. Select a
setting.
1. Set the year.
1. Select a time
format.
1. Select an
alarm number.
or
A1, A2, A3 or A4
2. Turn on the
alarm.
to change the settings or
numbers.
or
Hold
to scroll through the
settings or numbers:
on1: Low
on2: Normal
on3: High
oFF: Off
To the top of the
beeper volume
setting.
12h or 24h
2. Set the month.
3. Set the day.
2. Set the hour.
3. Set the minute.
4. Select a date
format.
To the top of the
time setting.
4. Set the minute.
To make another alarm
setting, repeat steps 1 to 4.
To the top of the
date setting.
If you accidentally press the puncture button before
reaching the puncture site, press the disposal-and-set
lever until you hear a click. The device is then reset.
HYPO
(hypoglycemic)
Bar graph
Meal amount
Result average
display
Current setting
Current setting
Current setting
Current setting
Current setting
Current setting
1. Turn on the
expiration
warning.
1. Turn on the
ECO mode.
1. Turn on the
HYPO flag.
1. Set the upper
limit of the
graph.
1. Turn on the
meal amount
flag.
1. Select a
setting.
You will hear a beep when the test result appears on the
screen. The meter stores this test result and the test date
in the memory.
8. Obtain as much blood as that shown in “Actual size”
on the right.
Actual
size:
Next ...
Go to chapter 4 “Testing Your Blood Glucose”.
3.5 Sampling from Your Palm, Forearm or Upper Arm
2. Select a soft, fleshy area on the palm, forearm or upper arm that is free of
visible veins, moles and hair and away from bone.
3. Massage the puncture site.
The date 6 months
from the current
date appears.
To the top of the
ECO mode
setting.
OK
To change
the date:
See steps 1 to
3 in “Date.”
To the top of the
expiration
setting.
7d, 14d, 30d or
90d
1.1 to 33.3 mmol/L
2. Set the
threshold value.
2. Set the lower
limit of the
graph.
0.6 to 4.4 mmol/L
A HYPO flag
appears when
your test results
are below the
threshold value.
To the top of the
HYPO setting.
Bar graph
Test results
The 6 most recent test results
appear as a bar graph, with the
newest result at the far right.
Upper limit
Lower limit
To switch the bar graph to the
current date and time:
If you obtained an insufficient amount of blood, rub or
warm a new puncture site to increase blood flow.
Then, make another puncture.
0.6 to 32.8
mmol/L
To the top of the
bar graph
setting.
To the top of the
meal amount
setting.
 If test results do not match how you feel:
Make sure you performed the test properly as explained in chapters 2 to
4. Then, do a control test to check there are no problems with the meter
or test strips. If you tested blood from the palm, forearm or upper arm,
repeat the test with blood sample from a fingertip. If test results still do
not match how you feel, contact your doctor or healthcare professional.
Actual size:
Next ...
Go to chapter 4 “Testing Your Blood Glucose”.
Chapter 4 Testing Your Blood Glucose
1. Make sure that the blood symbol is flashing on the screen.
To the top of the
result average
display setting.
2. Touch the tip of the test strip to the drop of blood.
Let the test strip draw up blood until the dark-colored
check window is filled with blood.
WARNING
Test results are shown in mmol/L. You cannot change the unit of measure. If
the results appear in mg/dL by any possibility, contact your distributor
immediately. Using mg/dL may cause you to misread test results and lead
to incorrect treatment.
CAUTION
 If “Lo” or “Hi” appears on the screen:
Repeat the test. If “Lo” or “Hi” still appears, contact your doctor or
healthcare professional. “Lo” appears if your test result is less than 0.6
mmol/L. “Hi” appears if your test result is more than 33.3 mmol/L.
If nothing appears on the screen, remove the test strip and insert it back into
the slot. Then, wait until the blood symbol starts flashing.
The ECO mode
extends battery
life.
NOTE
 For accurate test results, touch the test strip to your blood in less than 20
seconds after puncturing.
 Do not test blood that runs or spreads out from the puncture site.
 Do not smear blood on the test strip.
 Do not press the test strip into your puncture site with force.
 If the meter does not start counting down, touch the test strip to the drop of
blood again within 10 seconds. Use a new test strip if more than 10 seconds
have passed.
 Keep your hands away from the test strip once the meter starts counting
down.
3. Read your test result.
6. Hold the head cap against the site. Add and reduce
pressure to the site repeatedly, one cycle per second,
to obtain as much blood as that shown in “Actual size”
on the right.
Back to “Alarm”
NOTE
The meter turns
itself off if left
alone for 3
minutes (ECO
mode: 1 minute).
Your new settings
will be saved.
7. Press the head cap against your fingertip and press
the puncture button lightly.
If you accidentally press the puncture button before
reaching the puncture site, press the disposal-and-set
lever until you hear a click. The device is then reset.
To the top of the alarm setting.
The meter turns
off.
Deeper
5. Press the head cap hard against the puncture site for
about 10 seconds. Press the puncture button lightly.
5. Go to “End”.
ECO
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
4. Wash the puncture site with soap and water. Dry
thoroughly.
d-n: Day-month
n-d: Month-day
Test strip
expiration
Level indications
1. See steps 1 to 5 in chapter 3.4.
3. Set the hour.
Setup end
5. If needed, adjust the lancing depth by turning the
adjustment dial.
 Do not ignore test results. Do not alter your blood glucose management
or treatment without consulting your doctor or healthcare professional. It
is important to follow their instructions.
NOTE
In the ECO mode, the test result appears on the screen 2 minutes shorter than
otherwise. See chapter 7 “Meter Setup”.
4. Slide the test strip disposal lever to eject the test strip.
The meter turns itself off.
CAUTION
Point your meter down and away from others when ejecting the used test
strip.
5. Remove the used lancet from your lancing device.
Accurate test results will not be obtained if you apply
your blood to the check window directly.
Remove the head cap from the lancing device body.
Stab the protective cap with the tip of the lancet.
Push the disposal-and-set lever in the direction of the
arrow to remove the lancet.
Disposal of Biohazardous Waste
Test strips and lancets qualify as biohazardous waste once used to test blood
glucose. After use, dispose of them according to your local regulations on
biohazardous waste.
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3. View the test result you want.
Chapter 5 Managing Your Test Results
Chapter 6 Useful Functions for Your Test
To go to the next result:
5.1 Flagging Test Results
Flags help you categorize and identify results.
1. Leave the test strip in the meter after the test result appears on the screen.
To go back to the previous
result:
2. Select the flag you want.
To scroll through results:
1. Repeat steps 1 to 3 in “Before Your Meal: Starting the Clock Counter”.
6.1 Using the Alarm
The alarm reminds you when to test your blood glucose. You can set the alarm
to sound at 4 different times in a day.
See chapter 7 “Meter Setup.”
Hold
To stop the alarm:
6.3 Managing the Expiration Date of Test Strips
You can set the expiration date of test strips. The expiration warning then
appears if you insert a test strip into the meter after the set date.
5.3 Viewing Result Averages
You can view result averages for the set interval (7, 14, 30 or 90 days).
Before-meal flag
For results obtained before eating
Setting the Expiration Date of Your Test Strips
6.2 Using the Clock Counter
1. See steps 1 and 2 in chapter 5.2.
You can store after-meal results together with the time elapsed since the
beginning of your last meal (up to 180 minutes).
2. View the averages of your
glucose test results.
After-meal flag
For results obtained after eating
mmol/L
3. To view the averages with a
flag:
Checking the Set Expiration Date
1. Make sure the meter is off.
mmol/L
2. Go to the “DATE:” screen.
2. View the expiration date.
The number of tests
included in the calculation
of the result average.
Meal amount flag
When the meal amount setting is on, the meal
amount flag appears below the after-meal flag.
50%
Select the amount of food you ate from the 3
levels shown on the left.
3. From the “DATE:” screen, go
to the “Meal Time” screen.
4. To turn off the meter:
Hold for
2 seconds
4. Turn on the clock counter.
5.4 Deleting All Test Results from the Memory
You can delete all test results from the memory. Remember that results cannot
be retrieved once deleted.
After-exercise flag
For results obtained after exercise
1. See steps 1 and 2 in chapter 5.2.
3. Slide the test strip disposal lever to eject the test strip. The meter turns itself
off.
2. Go to the “AVG (average)”
screen.
3. Go to the “ALL CLEAR”
screen.
5.2 Reviewing Past Results
You can review past results stored in the memory. Your meter stores up to 500
test results. New results beyond the 500th overwrite previously stored results in
the order of oldest first.
2. Turn on the meter.
The most recent test result
appears on the screen.
Hold for
2 seconds
The meter then turns itself off.
mmol/L
The 3-digit number following “M:” is the order in which test results are stored,
with the most recent result first. The screen also shows the date and time
when the test was done.
If you forgot to start the clock
counter, select the time
elapsed since the beginning
of your last meal in
15-minute blocks.
After the current date and
time appear, the meter turns
itself off.
To view the elapsed time
while the meter is off:
4. Select “YES”.
5. Delete the test results from
the memory.
1. Make sure the meter is off.
5. When you are about to start your meal, go to step 6 with “0 min” flashing.
6. Start the clock counter.
Hold for
5 seconds
Hold for
2 seconds
Testing after Your Meal: Changing the Elapsed Time
1. After eating, test your blood glucose.
When the clock counter setting is on, the elapsed time
and after-meal flag appear on the right of the test result.
2. To change (or set) the
elapsed time:
Select the time.
The expiration date appears
after the current date and
time.
Expiration Date Reminder
80%
Full
Select the earlier date of the following:
• Six months from opening the test strip bottle
• Date next to “Exp.” on the test strip bottle
To set the expiration date, see chapter 7 “Meter Setup”.
Before Your Meal: Starting the Clock Counter
1. Make sure the meter is off.
Clock counter
If the clock counter setting is on, the elapsed
time appears on the right of the after-meal
flag. See chapter 6.2.
3. Confirm your selection.
A series of short beeps sound for 1 minute.
Twice
Control test flag
Control test results. Not part of your result averages.
Delete flag
For inaccurate results. Not part of your result averages. The
delete flag can be attached only after testing.
2. Select “no”.
Setting the Alarm
When the Alarm Reaches the Set Time
4. To turn off the meter:
Stopping the Clock Counter
Hold for
2 seconds
or
Confirm your setting.
3. Slide the test strip disposal lever to eject the test strip.
The meter turns itself off and the test result is stored together with the
elapsed time.
Do not use the inserted test strip and other test
strips in the same bottle, if the blood symbol and
expiration symbol alternately flash on the screen.