Lumiscope 1137 blood pressure unit

SIZE:84*145MM
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Advanced Upper Arm
Blood Pressure Monitor
Model 1137
Instruction Manual
OVERVIEW
QUICK-START GUIDE
• Babies, young children or individuals who cannot express
their consent are not suitable for blood pressure
measurement.
Avoid smoking, eating or exercising for 30 minutes before
taking a measurement.
• Individuals with serious arteriosclerosis are not suitable
for blood pressure measurement.
Measurement may be taken on either arm; however, if
possible, always take measurements on the left arm.
• Blood pressure readings may fluctuate during
pregnancy. Pregnant women should consult their doctor
before taking measurement.
• If there are unusual values, please consult your doctor
before taking medical action.
• Handling batteries properly:
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As soon as batteries wear out, replace them
with new batteries.
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Do not use old and new batteries together.
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Align the polarities of batteries correctly.
- When the unit will not be used for more than
3 months, remove the batteries. Otherwise,
batteries may leak and cause damage to the unit.
Never unplug the power cord with wet hands.
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Use only the original AC adapter designed for this
unit.
Average Values (Set)
Memory Recall (Up)
1. Sit upright in a chair with your feet on the floor.
1. The battery cover is located on the bottom of the unit.
To open the battery cover,
push it inward and lift up.
- Set the correct date and time before taking a
measurement.
2. Insert 4 AA batteries with
the polarities as indicated.
1. Press and hold the ”AVG ” button for a few seconds
until the Year display flashes.
3. Replace the battery cover.
Press it lightly until the lock
securely clicks into place.
2. Press the“MEMO ” or ”PAGE ” button to select the
current year.
4. Press the “ON/OFF” button
to turn on the unit. Then
press the “START” button.
The cuff will automatically
inflate and the
measurement will start.
Battery
Indicator
Diastolic
Pulse Symbol
WHO Light
Indicator
Memory recall (1~99 readings)
Pulse Value
Cuff Connector
Package Contents
Features
• Irregular Heartbeat Detector
• Blood Pressure Mode and Clock Mode
• 4 User / 396 Total Memory
• 4 Alarm Clock Settings
5. When the measurement is complete, the cuff will
automatically deflate and your systolic and diastolic
pressure values and pulse rate will display.
• 5 Mode Averaging Function – Hour, Day, Week, Month,
and Overall
AC
Adapter
- Reset date and time after replacing batteries.
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Note:
- You will not be able to set the alarm if Clock Function
is set to “OFF”.
- You can set a maximum of 4 alarms.
4. Follow the same steps to set the Month, Date, Hour and
Minute.
5. “ON” and “OFF” will then flash. This is to have the clock
display when the unit is not in use; you can choose
Clock Function “ON” or “OFF”. Press “MEMO ” or ” PAGE ”
button to select. Press the ”AVG ” button to confirm.
Note: If you select Clock Function “ON”, you will continue at
the Alarm Setting section. Otherwise, setting will end.
Note:
- Avoid smoking, eating or exercising for 30 minutes before
taking a measurement.
- Do not move or talk during measurement.
- Measurement may be taken on either arm; however, if
possible, always take measurements on the left arm.
Note:
- Press the “ ” button anytime during clock setting/
alarm setting to start over if an error occurs.
- Each alarm lasts 45 seconds, or you can turn it off by
pressing the “ ” button.
3.3 User Setting
This unit allows a maximum of 4 users to store
measurement records in different User Pages.
Press “PAGE ” button to switch between User Page 1, 2, 3
and 4.
3.4 Taking a Measurement
3.1 Sitting Correctly
6. To disable Alarm, Press the ”MEMO ” or ”PAGE ” button
to select “OFF” and press the ”AVG ” button to confirm.
7. To set 1st Alarm, Press the ”MEMO ” or ”PAGE ” button
to select “ON”. Press the “AVG ” button to confirm.
8. When Hour digit flashes, press the “MEMO ” or “ PAGE ”
button to select Hour. Press the “AVG ”button to
confirm.
9. When Minute digit flashes, press the “MEMO ” or
“PAGE ” button to select Minute. Press the “AVG ”
button to confirm.
10. Follow the same steps to set the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
Alarms.
4 x AA
Alkaline Batteries
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TAKING A MEASUREMENT
2.4 Setting the Alarm
Large Adult
Arm Cuff
Standard
Arm Cuff
Main Unit
• WHO (World Health Organization)Blood Pressure
Indicator with 6-color LED
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3. Press the “AVG ” button to confirm Year Setting.
Note: Remove the batteries when using the AC adaptor.
START
3. Pull on the end of the cuff until it wraps securely around
your upper arm. Place your arm on a table so that the cuff
will be at the same level as your heart.
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Note:
Plug the AC 6V adaptor into the AC adaptor jack located at
the side of the device. next to the blood pressure cuff port.
POWER
2. Remove thick or tight-fitting clothing from the upper
arm.
• Operated by 4 AA batteries or AC Adapter (included)
2.3 Setting the Date and Time
2.2 Connect AC Adaptor
Systolic
Time
• Auto-off Power Saving Feature
1137-INS-LAB-RevA09
2.1 Battery Installation
Date
User 1~4
Memory
Read these instructions before using
your Blood Pressure Monitor. Save
these instructions for future reference.
PREPARATION
Page Select (Down)
Do not move or talk during measurement.
• Handling the AC adapter:
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Display
Monitor
1. Relax.
2. Sit upright in a chair with your feet on the floor.
3. Remove thick or tight-fitting clothing
from the upper arm. Do not roll up
your sleeve if it is too tight.
4. Place your arm on a table so that
the cuff will be at the same level as
your heart.
3.2 Applying the Arm Cuff
1. Place your elbow on a table with the palm facing upward.
Wrap the arm cuff around the upper left arm.
2. Pull on the end of the cuff until it wraps securely around
your upper arm. Do not over tighten the cuff. Allow 1-2 cm
or ½ inch between the bottom of the cuff and your elbow
joint.
3. Make sure the cuff is at the same level as your heart.
(Left arm)
Mark cloth
1. Press the “ ” button to turn on the unit. Then press the
“START” button. The cuff will automatically inflate and
the measurement will start.
2. When the measurement is complete, the cuff will
automatically deflate, and your systolic and diastolic
pressure values and pulse rate will display.
3. Remove the arm cuff and take note of your
measurement results.
Note:You can press the “
at any time.
” button to stop measurement
3.5 Heartbeat Readings
Besides Systolic and Diastolic values,
Pulse will also be displayed after a
measurement
Pulse
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Keep 1~2cm between
elbow joint and arm cuff
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SIZE:84*145MM
Irregular Heartbeat
Regular but Above Normal Heartbeat
This unit has a unique feature that alerts user of irregular
heartbeat detection during measurement.
Note:An irregular heartbeat is
defined as a heartbeat rhythm
that has a variation of more than
25% from the average rhythm
detected during measurement.
If the monitor detects a pulse
rate above 100 beats per minute
during measurement, the monitor
will display the pulse value and
“HI” symbol alternately.
Example: (102 / HI)
MEMORY FUNCTIONS
3.6 WHO Light Indicator
This unit features a 6-color LED light indicator to display
blood pressure level in accordance with the WHO (World
Health Organization) classification.
mmHg
4.1 View Past Readings
Grade 3 hypertension(severe) (Red)
Diastolic Pressure
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If an irregular rhythm occurs
twice or more during the same
measurement, the display screen
will show the pulse value and “IH”
symbol alternately.
Example: (90 / IH)
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1. Press the “MEMO ” button to enter memory function.
2. If the User Page is not what you want to view, press the
“PAGE ” button to select.
3. Press the “MEMO ” button to display the next sets of
values for the user selected. Past readings are
displayed from the most recent to the oldest.
4. This blood pressure monitor can store up to 99 sets of
past readings for each user (4 x 99).
Grade 2 hypertension(moderate)
(Yellow)
100
95
90
85
80
Grade 1 hypertension(mild)
(Purple)
High- normal(Green)
Normal
(Sky Blue)
Optimal(Blue)
120 130
Note:Please consult your doctor if irregular heartbeat
occurs often.
140 150
160
170 180
Systolic Pressure
Regular but Below Normal Heartbeat
WHO Classification
Color
Optimal -----------------------Blue
Normal ------------------------Sky Blue
High-normal -----------------Green
Mild hypertension ----------Purple
Moderate hypertension ---Yellow
Severe hypertension -------Red
If the monitor detects a pulse rate
below 60 beats per minute during
measurement, the monitor will
display the pulse value and “LO”
symbol alternately.
Example: (58 / LO)
After measurement, the last set of measured values will
be saved automatically after measurement when the unit
is turned off by pressing “ ” button or by automatic
power-off after 3 minutes.
mmHg
4.2 View Average Readings
Symbol on Display
Average Values of
1 h
One Hour
1 d
One Day
7 d
One Week
30 d
One Month
ALL
All Readings
4.3 Delete Past Readings
User can delete all the past readings stored in each User
Page.
1. Press the “PAGE ” button to select the User Page you
want to delete.
2. Press and hold the “MEMO ” & “PAGE ” button
simultaneously for 5 seconds. Symbol of “ALL EE” will be
displayed and all past readings stored in that User Page
will be deleted.
1. Press the “AVG ” button to enter Average function.
2. If the User Page is not what you want to view, press the
“PAGE ” button to select.
3. Press the “AVG ” button to view different Average
Values. 5 different Average Values are available:
WHO Light Indicator
Example: If your measurement reading is 122/75, the LED
light will display the color in blue.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Possible Cause
Solution
No display when
you press the
Power/Start
button
Batteries are
worn out
Replace with new
batteries
Battery polarities
are incorrect
Re-align batteries
in correct polarities
“Err P” displays
Failure to inflate
Ensure the cuff is
properly connected;
replace the air tube
if it is broken
“Err 1” displays
Deflating too rapidly Return for service
“Err 2” displays
Movement during
measurement
Do not move during
measurement
Signal interference
Remove interfering
source, e.g. mobile
phones, magnets
Incorrect results
Measure again
“Err 3” displays
STORAGE & MAINTENANCE
• Keep the unit away from direct sunlight, extreme
temperatures, humidity or moisture.
• Use a dry or slightly water-dampened cloth to clean
the unit.
• Do not use alcohol, benzene, thinner or other volatile
liquids to clean the unit.
• Do not wash the arm cuff or expose it to liquid.
• Remove the batteries from the unit when it will not be
used for more than 3 months.
Note: If your problem cannot be solved by the above,
consult a GF Health Products, Inc. representative.
Refer to the Warranty section of this manual for more
information. DO NOT disassemble the unit.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
Measurement Method
Measurement Range
1137
Oscillometric
Pressure: 20 – 280 mmHg
Pulse Rate: 40 – 195 beats/min
Accuracy
Pressure: +/- 3 mmHg
Pulse Rate: +/- 5%
Inflation
Pump driven
Pressure Detection
Semi-conductor
4 x AA batteries or AC/DC adaptor
Power Supply
Auto Power Off
3 minutes after last operation
Storage Environment
-4°F to 140°F, 10% to 95% RH
Operation Environment 50°F to 104°F, 30% to 85% RH
7.7” (L) x 5.0” (W) x 2.4” (H) or
External Dimensions
19.5(L) x 12.6(W) x 6.2(H) cm
Net Weight
380g (batteries excluded)
Cuff Dimensions
Standard Cuff accommodates
22-34 cm arm circumference;
Large Adult Cuff accommodates
up to 42 cm arm circumference
Package Contents
Standard Cuff, Large Adult Cuff,
Instruction Manual, 4 AA alkaline
batteries, AC Adapter
Note: Specifications are subject to modification without
prior notice.
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LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
GF Health Products, Inc. offers a lifetime limited warranty on
defects in material and workmanship for this product,
except as noted below:
This product warranty does not cover damage caused by
misuse or abuse, the attachment of any unauthorized
accessory, alteration to the product, or any other conditions
whatsoever that are beyond the control of GF Health
Products, Inc. GF Health Products, Inc. shall not be
responsible for any type of incidental, consequential, or
special damage.
To obtain warranty service on your Lumiscope Model 1137
Advanced Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor, please
contact the Lumiscope Repair Department at
1-800-672-8293. There is a $15 fee for return shipping and
handling. Please make checks payable to GF Health Products,
Inc.
Upon receipt, we will repair or replace, as appropriate, the
Advanced Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitore and return it
to you. This warranty does not include any labor charges
incurred in replacement part(s) installation or any associated
freight or shipping charges to GF Health Products, Inc.
Warranty is solely through the Repair Department. Service
of this product by anyone other than the Repair Department
voids warranty.
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GF Health Products, Inc.
2935 Northeast Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30360
telephone: 800-347-5678, 770-447-1609
fax: 800-726-0601, 678-291-3232
www.grahamfield.com
© December 2009 GF Health Products, Inc.
Made in China