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Blood Pressure Monitor
Trilingual Instruction Guide – MODEL UA-787
English • Français • Español
This LifeSource® blood pressure monitor has undergone and passed a Clinical
Validation study to determine the performance and accuracy. This monitor is
clinically validated according to the British Hypertension Society (BHS) standard. The BHS is the most prestigious international blood pressure organization. The published study was performed by a reviewing committee consisting of physicians and/or nurses. Among blood pressure manufacturers, A&D
Medical is proud to have the highest number of Clinically Validated monitors
with a positive recommendation from professionals that are available to
The Canadian Hypertension Society recognizes the accuracy of this blood
pressure monitor.
Please read this important information before using your monitor.
Please remember that only a medical practitioner is qualified to interpret your blood pressure measurements. Use of this device should not
replace regular medical examinations.
Have your physician review your procedure for using this device. He
or she will want to verify blood pressure measurements before prescribing or adjusting medications.
Consult your physician if you have any doubt about your readings.
Should a mechanical problem occur, contact A&D Medical.
Do not attempt to service, calibrate, or repair this monitor.
Because your UA-787 monitor contains delicate, high-precision parts,
avoid exposing it to extremes in temperature or humidity or to direct
sunlight, shock and dust. A&D Medical guarantees the accuracy of
this monitor only when it is stored and used within the temperature
and humidity ranges noted on page E-21.
Clean the monitor and cuff with a dry, soft cloth or a cloth dampened
with water and a mild detergent. Never use alcohol, benzene, thinner
or other harsh chemicals to clean monitor or cuff.
Remove and replace batteries if monitor is not used for more than
six months. Alkaline batteries recommended.
The UA-787 is designed to be used at home, by those who are eighteen (18)
years and older, to monitor blood pressure (systolic and diastolic) and pulse rate.
Fast. Easy. Accurate.
Congratulations on purchasing a state-of-the-art LifeSource®
blood pressure monitor—one of the most technologically
advanced monitors available today. Designed for ease of use
and accuracy, this monitor will facilitate your daily blood
pressure regimen.
Physicians agree that daily self-monitoring of blood pressure is
an important step individuals can take to maintain cardiovascular health and prevent the serious consequences associated
with undetected and untreated hypertension.
A&D Medical has been manufacturing high quality healthcare
products for over 20 years. We are committed to providing you
and your family with monitoring devices that provide the
utmost in accuracy and convenience.
LifeSource - Designed for Life.
WHAT DISPLAY SYMBOLS MEAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-2
MONITOR COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-3
HOW UA-787 WORKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-4
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-4
SELECTING THE CORRECT CUFF SIZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-5
TAKING YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE . . . . . . . . . . . . E-6 — E-10
WHAT IS AN IRREGULAR HEARTBEAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-11
ABOUT CUFF INFLATION METER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-11
ABOUT AVERAGE READING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-12
ABOUT PRESSURE RATING INDICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-12
ABOUT MEMORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-13
USING THE MONITOR WITH AC ADAPTER . . . . . . . . . . .E-14
ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-15 — E-19
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-20
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-21
CONTACT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-22
FRENCH INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-1
SPANISH INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-1
The symbol shown while measurement is in progress. It blinks
while detecting the pulse.
Measurement is in progress,
remain as still as possible.
An irregular heartbeat or body
movement may have occurred.
Refer to page E-11 for more information on irregular heartbeats.
Take measurement again and
consult with your physician.
Previous measurement stored in
Battery Full
Battery Low
The battery power indicator during measurement.
The batteries are low when it
Replace all batteries with new
ones when the symbol blinks.
Alkaline batteries recommended.
Unstable blood pressure due to
excessive body movement.
Try the measurement again.
Remain very still during the
The systolic and diastolic values
are within 10 mmHg of each
Fasten the cuff correctly, and try
the measurement again.
The pressure value did not
increase during inflation.
Check for air leaks along the
tube and around the
air socket.
The cuff is not fastened correctly.
Refasten the cuff and retake
There is an air leak in the cuff or
Make sure tube is properly connected to cuff and monitor.
The pulse is not detected correctly.
Try the measurement again.
Remain very still during
the measurement.
Cuff Inflation Meter
Measurement is in progress,
remain as still as possible.
Pressure Rating Indicator™
Refer to the section “About
Pressure Rating Indicator” for
further explanation.
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LifeSource® blood pressure monitors are easy to use, accurate and digitally
display full measurement readouts. Our technology is based on the “oscillometric method” – a noninvasive blood pressure determination. The term
“oscillation” refers to any measure of vibrations caused by the arterial pulse.
Our monitor examines the pulsatile pressure generated by the arterial wall as
it expands and contracts against the cuff with each heartbeat.
The cuff is inflated until the artery is fully blocked. The inflation speed is
maximized and the pressure level is optimized by the device. The monitor
takes measurements while the cuff is both inflating and deflating. This results
in a faster measurement providing greater comfort to the user.
You must install 4 type AA (1.5 volt) batteries (alkaline batteries recommended),
or use the AC Adapter (see page E-14 for using the Monitor with AC Adapter)
and attach the cuff to the monitor before using it. To install batteries (or replace
them if the “Low Battery” symbol appears on display), proceed as follows:
1. Remove battery compartment cover by gently pushing down on arrow
and sliding cover forward.
2. Put in bottom row of batteries first. Place the
batteries in compartment with positive (+) and
negative (–) terminals matching those indicated in the compartment. Be sure batteries make
contact with compartment terminals.
Step 2
3. Replace cover by sliding it into the compartment and gently pressing into place.
NOTE: Rechargeable batteries will not work
with this monitor.
Step 3
Step 1
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Using the correct cuff size is important for an accurate reading. A cuff that is
too large will produce a reading that is lower than the correct blood pressure; a
cuff that is too small will produce a reading that is higher than the correct
blood pressure. With your arm hanging at the side of your body, measure the
circumference of your upper arm at the midpoint between the shoulder and
9” - 17” (23-43 cm)
6.3” - 9.4” (16-24cm)
Small Cuff
9.4” - 14.2” (24-36cm)
Medium Cuff
14.2” - 17.7” (36-45cm)
Large Cuff
Using the right sized cuff is essential to an accurate measurement. Our unique
Easy-Fit™ cuff is designed to accommodate most arm sizes, from 9-17" (23-43
cm). The Easy-Fit™ cuff is contoured to provide you with a quick and comfortable fit. Just slide the cuff onto your upper arm and secure – it’s that simple! To place the cuff on properly, please read the section Taking Your Blood
Pressure (see pg. E-8).
If your arm circumference is greater than 17" (43 cm) or smaller than 9" (23
cm), you will need to purchase a different sized cuff than the one that is
included in this box. Please call A&D Medical at 1-888-726-9966 (in Canada
– 1-800-461-0991) for more information on our alternate cuff sizes.
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Adjusting the Built-in Clock
The UA-787 Quick Response monitor has a built-in clock that gives you the
time and date and can tell you when a blood pressure reading stored in memory was taken. We recommend that you adjust the clock prior to use. To
adjust the clock, follow these simple steps:
1. Press and hold the clock button until the digits start blinking.
2. To select the year, press and release the START button (to fast forward,
press and hold the START button). When the current year is selected, set
the year by pressing the clock button.
3. After the year is set, follow step 2 to set the month, day, hour (AM/PM)
and minute on the display screen.
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Setting the Alarm
The UA-787 Quick Response monitor allows you to set up to three alarms
per day to notify you when to take your blood pressure. To set the alarm(s):
1. Press and hold the clock button until the digits start
blinking. Then press and release the memory button.
"P-1" will be shown at the middle of the display screen
indicating that this is the first alarm.
NOTE: If you do not wish to set an alarm, press the memory button several times to return to the main screen or
allow the display to disappear after 30 seconds.
2. Select the hour using the START button and press the
clock button to set the hour and move to the minute selection. After
selecting and setting the minute, press the memory button to complete
the alarm setting.
3. The display will move onto the second alarm setting and conclude with
the third alarm setting. Repeat the previous step if you need a second or
third alarm.
When the alarm is set, a "P" will appear on the main screen.
If you do not see a "P" on the main screen, press the clock
button to activate the alarm function. When the alarm
sounds, it will last for one minute. To turn the alarm off
immediately, press the START button.
NOTE: To deactivate the alarm function, simply press the
clock button once. You can reactivate the alarm function
by pressing the clock button again.
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Tips for Blood Pressure Monitoring:
☞ Relax for about 5 minutes before measurement.
☞ Do not smoke or ingest caffeine at least 30 minutes prior to measurement.
☞ Remove constricting clothing and place cuff on bare arm.
☞ Unless your physician recommends otherwise, use left arm
to measure pressure.
☞ Do not talk during measurement.
☞ Do not cross legs and keep you feet flat on floor during measurement.
Now you are ready. Follow these simple steps:
1. Sit comfortably with your left arm resting on a flat surface so that the center of your upper arm is at the same height as your heart.
2. Lay left arm on the table with palm up. Place
the Easy-Fit cuff on your upper arm. Align the
white marker on the cuff over the brachial
artery on the inside of the arm. The tube
should be facing downward and toward the
inside of your arm. Fasten the cuff securely. The
bottom of the cuff should be about 1" above
your elbow.
3. The cuff should be snug but not too tight. You
should be able to insert two fingers between
the cuff and your arm.
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4. Press the START button. Your average blood pressure
reading will appear with the number of measurements
stored in memory (i.e. A25 = total of 25 measurements
stored in memory). As the cuff pressurizes, measurement will begin and the Cuff Inflation Meter will show
on the display screen. It is normal for the cuff to feel
very tight.
NOTE: If an appropriate pressure is not obtained, the device automatically starts to inflate again.
NOTE: If you wish to stop inflation at any time, press the START
button again.
5. When the measurement is complete, the systolic and diastolic pressure
readings and pulse rate are displayed. The cuff deflates and the monitor
automatically shuts off after 45 seconds, or you can turn it off by pressing
the START button.
6. Remove cuff and make note of your blood pressure and pulse rate on the
Blood Pressure Record chart in the back of the manual, indicating the date
and time of measurement.
IMPORTANT: Measure blood pressure at the same time each day.
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Measurement with the desired systolic pressure:
If your systolic pressure is expected to exceed 230 mmHg follow these steps:
1. Place the cuff on the left arm, unless your physician tells you otherwise.
2. Press and hold the START button until a number 30 to 40 mmHg higher
than your expected systolic pressure appears.
3. Release the START button when the desired number is reached. 280
mmHg is the highest pressure level the monitor can reach. Measurement
will then begin. Continue to measure your blood pressure as described
on Page E-8.
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The UA-787 Blood Pressure Monitor provides a blood pressure and pulse rate
measurement even when an irregular heartbeat occurs. The Irregular
Heartbeat symbol
will appear in the display window in the event an
Irregular Heartbeat has occured during measurement. An irregular heartbeat
is defined as a heartbeat that varies by 25% from the average of all heartbeat
intervals during the blood pressure measurement. It is important that you
relax, remain still and refrain from talking during measurements.
NOTE: We recommend contacting your physician if you see this
symbol frequently.
The Cuff Inflation Meter is located on the left side of the display screen to tell
you when the blood pressure monitor is inflating and deflating the cuff. The
Cuff Inflation Meter moves up during inflation and moves down during
Inflation in Progress
Inflation Complete
in Progress
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The UA-787 provides an average blood pressure reading based
on the total measurements stored in memory. When taking a
measurement, the average blood pressure reading will appear
and the number of measurements stored in memory will flash
several times before the cuff begins to inflate. The average
blood pressure reading will also appear briefly when you recall
the measurements stored in memory.
The Pressure Rating Indicator™ is a feature which provides a snapshot of your blood pressure classification
based on your measurements. This will let you quickly
know what your blood pressure readings mean. Each
segment of the bar indicator corresponds to the Seventh
Report of the Joint National Committee (JNC7) on
Prevention, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood
Pressure from the National Heart, Lung and Blood
Institute - May 2003. For a more detailed look at this
blood pressure classification, please refer to “Assessing
High Blood Pressure” on page E-16.
:The indicator displays a segment, based on the current measurement,
corresponding to the JNC7 Classification.
NOTE: Due to other risk factors (e.g. diabetes, obesity, smoking, etc.) in
addition to your blood pressure measurement, the Pressure Rating Indicator
is approximate. Please consult with your physician for interpretation and
diagnosis of your blood pressure measurements.
NOTE: Residents outside of the United States (e.g.. Canada and Mexico)
should refer to the WHO Classification Table on page E-16 for assessment
of their blood pressure measurement.
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This monitor automatically stores up to sixty (60) blood pressure and pulse
measurements in memory. Measurements stored in memory are assigned an
index number in the order of the newest to the oldest.
To retrieve readings, follow these simple steps:
1. When the display screen is showing only the time, press
and quickly release the Memory ("M") button. You will see
the date and time of the most recent blood pressure that
was taken followed by the measurement.
2. If you want to retrieve other measurements in memory,
press and release the Memory button repeatedly until the
desired date and time of the measurement are reached. The
measurement will then be displayed.
3. The display will shut off automatically a few seconds after
the readings are displayed.
To clear the measurement history from memory, press and hold the Memory
button for at least five seconds while the display screen is showing only the
time. Release the Memory button when you see the M symbol in upper left
hand corner of the display flash and disappears. This indicates that the
memory has been cleared.
If there are no measurements stored in memory, you will see dashes in the date
and time fields followed by a measurement of three 0s displayed vertically.
NOTE: Stored measurements will be lost if batteries become low or are
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The UA-787 has an AC adapter jack to allow you to supply power from an
outlet in your home. We recommend you use only the LifeSource AC adapter
to avoid potential damage to the monitor.
Connecting the AC adapter to the monitor:
1. Gently insert the AC adapter plug into a 120V AC outlet.
2. Connect the AC adapter plug into the jack on the right side
of the monitor.
Disconnecting the AC adapter from the monitor:
1. Turn the unit off by pressing the START button.
2. Disconnect the plug from the jack of the monitor quickly.
3. Gently remove the AC adapter from the outlet.
NOTE: If monitor has batteries and an AC adapter connected, the measurements stored in memory will be lost if AC adapter is unplugged from the
wall first. To ensure that measurements remain in memory, make sure the
unit is off and that the jack plugged into the monitor is removed quickly
before unplugging adapter from the wall.
AC Adapter
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What Is Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure is the force exerted by blood against the walls of the arteries.
Systolic pressure occurs when the heart contracts; diastolic pressure occurs
when the heart expands. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury
What Affects Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure is affected by many factors: age, weight, time of day, activity
level, climate, altitude and season. Certain activities can significantly alter
one’s blood pressure. Walking can raise systolic pressure by 12 mmHg and
diastolic pressure by 5.5 mmHg. Sleeping can decrease systolic blood pressure by as much as 10 mmHg. Taking your blood pressure repeatedly without waiting an interval of 5 minutes between readings, or without raising
your arm to allow blood to flow back to the heart, can also affect it.
In addition to these factors, beverages containing caffeine or alcohol, certain
medications, emotional stress and even tight-fitting clothes can make a difference
in the readings.
What Causes Variations In Blood Pressure?
An individual’s blood pressure varies greatly from day to day and season to
season. For hypersensitive individuals, these variations are even more pronounced. Normally, blood pressure rises during work or play and falls to its
lowest levels during sleep.
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Assessing High Blood Pressure for Adults
The following standards for assessing high blood pressure (without regard to
age or gender) have been established as a guideline. Please note that other
risk factors (e.g. diabetes, obesity, smoking, etc.) need to be taken into consideration and may affect these figures. Consult with your physician for an
accurate assessment.
JNC7 Classification Table – for adults within the U.S.
BP Classification
Systolic (mmHg)
Stage 1 Hypertension
Stage 2 Hypertension
less than 120
greater than
or equal to 160
Diastolic (mmHg)
and less than 80
or 80-89
or 90-99
or greater
or equal to 100
SOURCE: The Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on
Prevention, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure for Adults.
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute - May 2003.
WHO Classification Table – for adults outside of the
U.S. (e.g. Canada, Mexico)
BP Classification
Systolic (mmHg)
Diastolic (mmHg)
Stage 1 Hypertension
Stage 2 Hypertension
Stage 3 Hypertension
less than 120
less than 130
greater than
or equal to 180
less than 80
less than 85
greater than
or equal to 110
SOURCE: Standards to assess high blood pressure, without regard to age
or gender, have been established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
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What Is Hypertension?
Hypertension (high blood pressure) is the diagnosis given when readings
consistently rise above normal. It is well known that hypertension can lead to
stroke, heart attack or other illness if left untreated. Referred to as a “silent
killer” because it does not always produce symptoms that alert you to the
problem, hypertension is treatable when diagnosed early.
Can Hypertension Be Controlled?
In many individuals, hypertension can be controlled by altering lifestyle andminimizing stress, and by appropriate medication prescribed and monitored
by your doctor. The American Heart Association recommends the following
lifestyle suggestions to prevent or control hypertension:
Don’t smoke.
Reduce salt and fat intake.
Maintain proper weight.
Exercise routinely.
Have regular physical
Monitor your blood
pressure at periodic intervals.
Why Measure Blood Pressure at Home?
It is now well known that, for many individuals, blood pressure readings
taken in a doctor’s office or hospital setting might be elevated as a result of
apprehension and anxiety. This response is commonly called “white coat
hypertension.” In any case, self-measurement at home supplements your doctor’s readings and provides a more accurate, complete blood pressure history.
In addition, clinical studies have shown that the detection and treatment of
hypertension is improved when patients both consult their physicians and
monitor their own blood pressureat home.
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Answers to Why Your Readings Are Different
Between Home and at the Doctor’s Office
Why are my readings different between home and at a doctor’s office?
Your blood pressure readings taken in a doctor’s office or hospital setting may
be elevated as a result of apprehension and anxiety. This response is known
as white coat hypertension.
When I bring my monitor to a doctor’s office, why do I get a different
measurement from my monitor to that taken by a doctor or nurse?
The healthcare professional may be using a different sized cuff. The size of
the bladder inside the cuff is critical for the accuracy of the measurement.
This may give you a different reading. A cuff too large will produce a reading
that is lower than the correct blood pressure; a cuff that is too small will produce a reading that is higher than the correct blood pressure. There may also
be other factors that can cause the difference in measurements.
Keys to Successful Monitoring:
Blood pressure fluctuates throughout the day. We recommend that you are
consistent in your daily measurement routine:
• Measure at the same time every day.
• Sit in the same chair/position.
• Do not cross legs and keep your feet flat on the floor.
• Relax for 5 minutes before measurement.
• Use the correct cuff size to get an accurate reading.
• Sit still during measurement – no talking, eating or sudden
• Record your measurement in a logbook.
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Establishing Baseline Measurements
The most important method to get an accurate blood pressure measurement
is consistency. To get the most benefit out of your monitor, it is important to
establish a “baseline measurement.” This helps build a foundation of measurements that you can use to compare against future readings. To build this
baseline measurement, devote two weeks for consistent blood pressure monitoring. This involves doing everything the same way when you measure (e.g.
measuring during the same time of day, in the same location, sitting in the
same chair, using the same cuff, etc.). Once you establish your baseline measurement, you can start evaluating if your measurement has been affected
based on things lifestyle changes or medication treatment.
How Do I Record My Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure readings are typically recorded with the systolic pressure written first, followed by a slash mark and the diastolic pressure. For example,
120 mmHg systolic and 80 mmHg diastolic measurements are written as
120/80. Pulse is simply written with the letter “P” followed by the pulse
rate—P 72, for example. Please see the back of the manual for the blood
pressure tracking record.
Customer Support Tools Online
Additional tools are available on (in Canada to help you get the most out of your blood pressure
monitoring. These include:
• Large Print Instruction Manuals
• Animated Operating Instructions for select models
• Additional Logbook Sheets
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Probable cause
Corrective action
Nothing appears in
the display, after I
press the START
Batteries are drained.
The cuff does not
Battery voltage is too low.
Low battery symbol blinks.
[If the batteries are drained
completely, the mark does
not appear.]
The cuff is not fastened
You moved your arm or
body during the
The cuff position is not correct.
Replace all batteries with new
ones. Alkaline batteries
Reinstall the batteries with
negative and positive terminals matching those indicated
in the battery compartment.
Replace all batteries with new
ones. Alkaline batteries recommended.
The unit does not
measure. Readings
are too high or too
Battery terminals are not in
the correct position.
You are using the wrong
size cuff.
Taking too many readings
on the same arm in a short
period of time.
The value is differ- The healthcare professional
ent from that
may be using a different
measured at a clinic sized cuff.
or doctor’s office.
Your measurements may be
elevated by white coat
Fasten the cuff correctly.
Make sure you remain very
still and quiet during the
Sit comfortably and still.
Make sure the cuff is at the
same level as your heart.
See Pg. E-5 "Selecting the
Correct Cuff."
Relax five minutes before each
See Pg. E-18 "Answers to
Why Your Readings Are
Different Between Home and
the Doctor’s Office."
See Pg. E-17 "Why Measure
Blood Pressure at Home."
NOTE: If the actions described above do not solve the problem, call 1-888726-9966 (In Canada - 1-800-461-0991). Do not attempt to repair the
device yourself.
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Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UA-787
Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oscillometric
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Digital, 20-mm character height
Pressure/pulse displayed simultaneously
Time/Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 hour format (AM/PM), year (2005-2054),
month, and day with automatic adjustment
for leap years
Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 readings
Measurement range . . . . . . . . . . Pressure: 20 mmHg to 280 mmHg
Pulse: 40 pulses to 200 pulses
Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pressure: +3 mmHg or +2%,
whichever is greater
Pulse: +5%
Pressurization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Automatic, using micropump
Depressurization . . . . . . . . . . . . Active exhaust valve (ECEVII)
Power source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 type “AA” (1.5 volt) alkaline
batteries (not included) or 120 V
AC Adapter
Battery life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Approximately 4 months with
one daily measurement
Operating environment . . . . . . 50ºF to 104ºF (10ºC to 40ºC)
Less than 85% relative humidity
Storage environment . . . . . . . . . -4ºF to 140ºF (-20ºC to 60ºC)
Less than 95% relative humidity
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Length: 4.4”(112 mm)
Width: 6.4”(163 mm)
Height: 2.4” (62 mm)
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.3 oz. (350 g) without batteries
Blood pressure measurements determined by the UA-787 are equivalent to those obtained by a trained observer using the cuff/stethoscope auscultation method within the limits prescribed by the
American National Standards Institute for electronic or automated
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Our products are designed and manufactured using the latest scientific and
technological methods, and offer accurate, easy to use, home monitoring and
treatment options. Our full product line includes:
Digital Blood Pressure Monitors
Manual Blood Pressure Kits
Blood Pressure Cuffs
Personal Health Scales
Digital Thermometers
This LifeSource blood pressure product is covered by
a Lifetime Warranty. See warranty card for details.
Visit our web site at
for warranty registration.
For more information regarding use, care or servicing of your blood pressure
monitor, contact:
A&D Medical
A division of A&D Engineering, Inc.
1555 McCandless Drive
Milpitas, CA 95035
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For Canadian Residents, please contact:
Auto Control Medical
6695 Millcreek Drive, Unit 5
Mississauga, Ontario
L5N 5R8 Canada
Auto Control (Toll-Free): 1-800-461-0991
If You Need Assistance with the Set-Up or Operation
We Can Help!
Please call us FIRST before contacting your retailer at
LifeSource Health Line
1-888-726-9966 - Toll Free
Auto Control Medical
1-800-461-0991 - In Canada
A specially trained representative will assist you.
A division of A&D Engineering, Inc.
1555 McCandless Drive
Milpitas, CA 95035
Pressure Rating Indicator and Easy-FitTM Cuff are trademarks and LifeSource is a registered trademark of
A&D Medical. Pressure Rating Indicator is patent pending.
©2005 A&D Medical. All rights reserved.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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