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Omron BP6100 3 Series® Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Manual
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
3 Series Wrist
Blood Pressure Monitor
ENGLISH
Model BP6100
Table of Contents
Introduction ..................................................................................................3
Important Safety Information ........................................................................5
1. Know Your Monitor ................................................................................9
2. Preparation ..........................................................................................14
3. Using Your Monitor ..............................................................................21
4. Using Memory Function .......................................................................23
5. Other Settings ......................................................................................25
6. Error Messages and Troubleshooting..................................................26
7. Maintenance ........................................................................................28
8. Specifications.......................................................................................29
9. FCC Statement ....................................................................................31
10. Limited Warranty..................................................................................32
11. Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration...........................................34
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the OMRON BP6100 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor. This
blood pressure monitor is to be worn on your wrist. This monitor can be used by
multiple users.
This new blood pressure monitor uses the oscillometric method of blood pressure
measurement. When the cuff inflates, this monitor senses the pressure pulsations of
the artery underneath the cuff. The pulses are called oscillometric pulses. The
electronic pressure sensor displays a digital reading of blood pressure.
Safety Instructions
This instruction manual provides you with important information about the OMRON
BP6100 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor. To ensure the safe and proper use of this
monitor, READ and UNDERSTAND all of the safety and operating instructions. If
you do not understand these instructions or have any questions, contact 1800-634-4350 before attempting to use this monitor. For specific information
about your own blood pressure, consult with your physician.
Intended Use
The device is a digital monitor intended for use in measuring blood pressure and
pulse rate in adult patient population with wrist circumference ranging from 5.3
inches to 8.5 inches (13.5 cm to 21.5 cm). The device detects the appearance of
irregular heartbeats during measurement and gives a warning signal with readings.
Environments of Use: Home
Patient Population: Adult
Receiving and Inspection
Remove this monitor from the packaging and inspect for damage. If this monitor is
damaged, DO NOT USE and contact
1-800-634-4350.
Symbols Glossary
For symbol information, visit:
OmronHealthcare.com/symbols-glossary
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Contraindications
• This monitor is contraindicated for use in ambulatory environments.
• This monitor is contraindicated for use on aircraft.
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Important Safety Information
Please read the Important Safety Information in this instruction manual before
using this monitor.
Please follow this instruction manual thoroughly for your safety.
Please keep for future reference. For specific information about your own blood
pressure, CONSULT WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
Warning avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
• DO NOT use this monitor on infants, toddlers, children or persons who
cannot express themselves.
• DO NOT adjust medication based on readings from this blood pressure
monitor. Take medication as prescribed by your physician. ONLY a
physician is qualified to diagnose and treat high blood pressure.
• DO NOT use this monitor on an injured wrist or a wrist under medical
treatment.
• DO NOT apply the wrist cuff on your wrist while on an intravenous drip or
blood transfusion.
• DO NOT use this monitor in areas containing high frequency (HF) surgical
equipment, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment, computerized
tomography (CT) scanners. This may result in incorrect operation of the
monitor and/or cause an inaccurate reading.
• DO NOT use this monitor in oxygen rich environments or near flammable gas.
• Consult with your physician before using this monitor if you have common
arrhythmias such as atrial or ventricular premature beats or atrial
fibrillation; arterial sclerosis; poor perfusion; diabetes; pregnancy; preeclampsia or renal disease. NOTE that any of these conditions in addition to
patient motion, trembling, or shivering may affect the measurement reading.
• NEVER diagnose or treat yourself based on your readings. ALWAYS consult
with your physician.
• This product contains small parts that may cause a choking hazard if
swallowed by infants, toddlers or children.
Battery Handling and Usage
• Keep batteries out of the reach of infants, toddlers or children.
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Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
Caution avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury to the user or
patient, or cause damage to the equipment or other property.
• Stop using this monitor and consult with your physician if you experience
skin irritation or discomfort.
• Consult with your physician before using this monitor on a wrist where
intravascular access or therapy, or an arterio-venous (A-V) shunt, is present
because of temporary interference to blood flow which could result in
injury.
• Consult with your physician before using this monitor if you have had a
mastectomy.
• Consult with your physician before using this monitor if you have severe
blood flow problems or blood disorders as cuff inflation can cause bruising.
• DO NOT take measurements more often than necessary because bruising,
due to blood flow interference, may occur.
• ONLY inflate the wrist cuff when it is applied on your wrist.
• Remove the wrist cuff if it does not start deflating during a measurement.
• DO NOT use this monitor for any purpose other than measuring blood
pressure.
• During measurement, make sure that no mobile device or any other
electrical device that emits electromagnetic fields is within 12 inches (30
cm) of this monitor. This may result in incorrect operation of the monitor
and/or cause an inaccurate reading.
• DO NOT disassemble or attempt to repair this monitor or other components.
This may cause an inaccurate reading.
• DO NOT use in a location where there is moisture or a risk of water
splashing this monitor. This may damage this monitor.
• DO NOT use this monitor in a moving vehicle such as in a car.
• DO NOT drop or subject this monitor to strong shocks or vibrations.
• DO NOT use this monitor in places with high or low humidity or high or low
temperatures. Refer to chapter 8.
• During measurement, observe the arm to ensure that the monitor is not
causing prolonged impairment to blood circulation.
• DO NOT use this monitor in high-use environments such as medical clinics
or physician offices.
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• DO NOT use this monitor with other medical electrical (ME) equipment
simultaneously. This may result in incorrect operation of the monitor and/or
cause an inaccurate reading.
• Avoid bathing, drinking alcohol or caffeine, smoking, exercising and eating
for at least 30 minutes before taking a measurement.
• Rest for at least 5 minutes before taking a measurement.
• Remove tight-fitting, thick clothing and any accessories from your wrist
while taking a measurement.
• Remain still and DO NOT talk while taking a measurement.
• ONLY use this monitor on persons whose wrist circumference is within the
specified range of the cuff.
• Ensure that this monitor has acclimated to room temperature before taking
a measurement. Taking a measurement after an extreme temperature
change could lead to an inaccurate reading. OMRON recommends waiting
for approximately 2 hours for the monitor to warm up or cool down when
the monitor is used in an environment within the temperature specified as
operating conditions after it is stored either at the maximum or at the
minimum storage temperature. For additional information of operating and
storage/transport temperature, refer to chapter 8.
• DO NOT crease the wrist cuff excessively.
• DO NOT use this monitor after the durable period has ended. Refer to
chapter 8.
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Battery Handling and Usage
• DO NOT insert batteries with their polarities incorrectly aligned.
• ONLY use 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries with this monitor. DO NOT use other
types of batteries. DO NOT use new and used batteries together. DO NOT
use different brands of batteries together.
• Remove batteries if this monitor will not be used for a long period of time.
• If battery fluid should get in your eyes, immediately rinse with plenty of
clean water. Consult with your physician immediately.
• If battery fluid should get on your skin, wash your skin immediately with
plenty of clean, lukewarm water. If irritation, injury or pain persists, consult
with your physician.
• DO NOT use batteries after their expiration date.
• Periodically check batteries to ensure they are in good working condition.
• ONLY use batteries specified for this monitor. Use of unsupported batteries
may damage and/or may be hazardous to this monitor.
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1. Know Your Monitor
1.1
Contents
Monitor, 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries, storage case, instruction manual, quick start
guide
1.2
Monitor
d
a
e
b
f
c
a. Wrist cuff
(Wrist circumference 5.3" to 8.5" (13.5 cm to 21.5 cm))
b. Display
c. Battery compartment
d. [Memory] button
e. [Date/Time setting] button
f. [START/STOP] button
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1.3
Display and Symbols
A
H
B
C
I
J
D
K
E
L
F
M
G
A Date and time display
B
Memory symbol
Appears when viewing readings stored in the memory.
C Systolic blood pressure reading
D Diastolic blood pressure reading
Pulse display / Memory number
E
Pulse rate appears after the measurement.
When pressing the
button, the memory number appears for
approximately one second before the pulse rate appears on the display.
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F
G
Deflation symbol
Appears during cuff deflation.
Heartbeat symbol
Flashes while taking a measurement.
Average value symbol
H
Appears when viewing the average readings of the latest 2 or 3
readings taken within 10 minutes span.
High symbol
I
Appears if your systolic blood pressure is 130 mmHg or above and/or
the diastolic blood pressure is 80 mmHg or above. Refer to section 1.4
for more information.
Battery symbol (low)
J
Flashes when batteries are low.
Battery symbol (depleted)
Appears when batteries are depleted.
Irregular heartbeat symbol
K
Normal Heartbeat
Appears along with readings when an
Pulse
irregular rhythm is detected 2 or more
times during a measurement.
Blood pressure
An irregular heartbeat rhythm is
defined as a rhythm that is 25% less
or 25% more than the average rhythm
Irregular Heartbeat
Short Long
detected while your monitor is
Pulse
measuring blood pressure. If it
continues to appear, we recommend Blood pressure
you to consult with and follow the
directions of your physician.
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Movement error symbol
L
Appears along with readings when your body is moving during a
measurement. If it appears, remove the wrist cuff, and wait for 2 to 3
minutes. Then, remain still and take another measurement.
Cuff wrap guide symbol
M
Appears if the wrist cuff is wrapped around the wrist too loosely while
taking a measurement. It also appears when viewing past readings.
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1.4
Classification of BP (Blood Pressure)
ACC/AHA 2017 Hypertension guidelines define categories of BP in adults as below.
Categories of BP in Adults*
BP Category
Normal
Systolic BP
< 120 mmHg
Elevated
Diastolic BP
and
< 80 mmHg
120 - 129 mmHg and
< 80 mmHg
Hypertension
Stage 1
Stage 2
130 - 139 mmHg or 80 - 89 mmHg
≥ 140 mmHg
or
≥ 90 mmHg
* Individuals with Systolic BP and Diastolic BP in 2 categories should be
designated to the higher BP category.
BP indicates blood pressure (based on an average of ≥ 2 careful readings obtained
on ≥ 2 occasions).
Source: ACC/AHA 2017 High Blood Pressure Clinical Practice Guideline
Warning
• NEVER diagnose or treat yourself based on your readings. ALWAYS consult with
your physician.
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2. Preparation
2.1
Installing Batteries
1.
Push down the hook of the battery cover and pull
downward.
2.
Insert 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries as indicated in the
battery compartment.
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3.
Close the battery cover.
2
1
Note
• When the “
” symbol flashes on the display, it is recommended you replace
batteries.
• To replace batteries, turn your monitor off and remove all batteries. Then replace
with 2 new alkaline batteries at the same time.
• As soon as batteries are correctly installed, the year flashes on the date and time
display to set the date and time.
• Replacing batteries will not delete previous readings.
• The supplied batteries may have a shorter life than new batteries.
• Disposal of used batteries should be carried out in accordance with local
regulations.
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2.2
Setting the Date and Time
Note
• Set your monitor to the correct date and time before taking a measurement for the
first time.
• As soon as batteries are correctly installed, the year flashes on the display of your
monitor.
1.
2.
Press the
or
button once to adjust the year.
Press and hold the
button to quickly advance the years.
Press and hold the
button to quickly go backwards through the years.
Press the [START/STOP] button to confirm the year and the month
will flash. Repeat the same steps to adjust the month, day, hour, and
minute.
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
3.
Press the [START/STOP] button to store the setting.
It automatically turns off after 3 seconds.
Note
• If you need to reset the date and time, replace batteries or press and hold the
button until the year flashes, and set the date and time as above steps.
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2.3
Blood Pressure Measurement Tips
To help ensure an accurate reading, follow these directions:
• Stress raises blood pressure. Avoid taking measurements during stressful times.
• Measurements should be taken in a quiet place.
• It is important to take measurements at same times each day. Taking
measurements in the morning and in the evening is recommended.
• Remember to have a record of your blood pressure and pulse readings for your
physician. A single measurement does not provide an accurate indication of your
true blood pressure. You need to take and record several readings over a period
of time.
Caution
• Avoid bathing, drinking alcohol or caffeine, smoking, exercising and eating for at
least 30 minutes before taking a measurement.
• Rest for at least 5 minutes before taking a measurement.
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2.4
Applying the Wrist Cuff
Note
• Following steps are for applying the wrist cuff to your left wrist. When you take a
measurement on your right wrist, apply the wrist cuff using the same steps as on
your left wrist.
• The blood pressure can differ between the right wrist and the left wrist, and the
measured blood pressure values can be different. OMRON recommends to
always use the same wrist for measurement. If the values between both wrists
differ substantially, please check with your physician as to which wrist to use for
your measurements.
Caution
• Remove tight-fitting, thick clothing and any accessories from your wrist while
taking a measurement.
1.
Apply the wrist cuff to your left wrist.
Roll up sleeve. Make sure your sleeve is not rolled
up too tightly on your arm. This may constrict the
flow of blood in your arm.
2.
Put your wrist through the cuff loop.
Your palm and monitor display should both face upward.
Wrist cuff
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3.
Position the wrist cuff leaving a clearance of
0.5 inch (1 to 2 cm) between the cuff and the
bottom of your palm.
0.5 inch
(1 to 2cm)
4.
Wrap the wrist cuff firmly around your wrist. Do
not apply over clothing.
Check to make sure that there is no gap between your
wrist and the cuff.
Note
• Make sure the wrist cuff does not cover the
protruding part of the wrist bone on the outside of
your wrist.
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2.5
Sitting Correctly
To take a measurement, you need to be relaxed
and comfortably seated in a room with a
comfortable temperature. Place your elbow on the
table to support your arm.
• Sit in a chair with your legs uncrossed and your
feet flat on the floor.
• Sit with your back and arm being supported.
• Your monitor must be approximately the same
level as your heart. If the monitor is too high
above your heart, your blood pressure will be
artificially low. If the monitor is too low below
your heart, your blood pressure will be
artificially high.
• Relax your wrist and hand. Do not bend your
wrist back, clench your fist, or bend your wrist forward.
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3. Using Your Monitor
3.1
Taking a Measurement
Note
• To stop the measurement, press the [START/STOP] button once to deflate the
wrist cuff.
Caution
• DO NOT use this monitor with other medical electrical (ME) equipment
simultaneously. This may result in incorrect operation of the monitor and/or cause
an inaccurate reading.
• Remain still and DO NOT talk while taking a measurement.
1.
Press the [START/STOP] button.
All symbols appear on the display before starting the measurement.
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2.
Remain still and do not move or talk until the entire measurement
process is completed.
As the cuff inflates, your monitor automatically determines your ideal inflation
level. This monitor detects your blood pressure and pulse rate during inflation.
The “
” symbol flashes at every heartbeat.
Note
• When the “
” symbol is displayed, the wrist cuff is not applied correctly.
Press the [START/STOP] button to turn your monitor off, then apply the cuff
correctly.
After your monitor has detected your blood pressure and pulse rate, the cuff
automatically deflates. Your blood pressure and pulse rate are displayed.
If either the systolic or the diastolic reading is high (refer to section 1.3), the
“
” symbol appears.
START
3.
INFLATING
COMPLETED
Press the [START/STOP] button to turn your monitor off.
Note
• Your monitor will automatically turn off after 2 minutes.
• Wait 2 - 3 minutes between measurements. The wait time allows the arteries
to decompress and return to their pre-measurement form. You may need to
increase the wait time depending on your individual physiological
characteristics.
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4. Using Memory Function
Your monitor automatically stores up to 60 readings.
Note
• This monitor can be used by multiple users. When you use memory function with
other users, track (or manage) your own readings appropriately.
4.1
1.
Viewing the Readings Stored in Memory
Press the
button.
Alternating
date/time
display
The Memory number appears for one second before the pulse rate is
displayed. The most recent reading set is numbered “1”.
Note
• If the reading is high (refer to section 1.3), the “
”
symbol appears.
• If there are no readings stored in the memory, the screen
to the right is displayed.
• If the memory is full, the monitor will delete the oldest
readings.
2.
Press the
button repeatedly to scroll through the previous
readings stored in the memory.
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4.2
Viewing the Average Reading
Your monitor can calculate an average reading based on the latest 2 or 3 readings
taken within 10 minutes span.
1.
When your monitor is off, press and hold the
than 2 seconds.
Note
button for more
• If there are only 2 readings in the memory for that period,
the average will be based on these 2 readings.
• If the average reading is high (refer to section 1.3), the
“
” symbol appears.
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5. Other Settings
5.1
Deleting All Readings Stored in Memory
1.
Press the
2.
While holding the
button down,
press and hold the [START/STOP]
button for more than 2 seconds.
button, then the “
Note
” symbol appears.
• All readings will be deleted. You cannot
partially delete the readings stored in the memory.
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6. Error Messages and Troubleshooting
In case of any of the below problems occur during measurement, first check that no
other electrical device is within 12 inches (30 cm). If the problem persists, please
refer to the table below.
Display/Problem
Possible Cause
The wrist cuff is not applied
correctly.
appears or the wrist
cuff does not inflate. Air is leaking from the wrist
cuff.
appears
appears
Apply the wrist cuff correctly,
then take another
measurement. Refer to
section 2.4.
Contact customer service.
Refer to chapter 10.
The wrist cuff is overinflated
exceeding 300 mmHg.
Do not touch the wrist cuff
while taking a measurement.
You move or talk during a
measurement. Vibrations
disrupt a measurement.
Remain still and do not talk
during a measurement.
appears
/
appears
Solution
The pulse rate is not
detected correctly.
Apply the wrist cuff correctly,
then take another
measurement. Refer to
section 2.4.
Remain still and sit correctly
during a measurement.
If the “
” symbol
continues to appear, we
recommend you to consult
with your physician.
appears
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Display/Problem
appears
flashes
Possible Cause
The monitor is
malfunctioned.
Press the [START/STOP]
button again. If “Er” still
appears, contact customer
service. Refer to chapter 10.
Batteries are low.
Replacing all batteries with 2
new alkaline batteries is
recommended. Refer to
section 2.1.
appears or the
Batteries are depleted.
monitor is turned off
unexpectedly during
a measurement
No power.
Nothing appears on
the display of the
monitor.
Solution
Immediately replace all
batteries with 2 new alkaline
batteries. Refer to
section 2.1.
Batteries are completely
depleted.
Battery polarities are not
properly aligned.
Check the battery installation
for proper placement. Refer
to section 2.1.
Blood pressure varies constantly. Many factors including
Readings appear too stress, time of day, and/or how you apply the wrist cuff, may
high or too low.
affect your blood pressure. Review sections 2.3 - 2.5 and
chapter 3.
Any other problems
occur.
Press the [START/STOP] button to turn the monitor off, then
press it again to take a measurement. If the problem
continues, remove all batteries and wait for 30 seconds.
Then re-install batteries.
If the problem still persists, contact customer service. Refer
to chapter 10.
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7. Maintenance
7.1
Maintenance
To protect your monitor from damage, please follow the directions below:
• Changes or modifications not approved by the manufacturer will void the user
warranty.
Caution
• DO NOT disassemble or attempt to repair this monitor or other components. This
may cause an inaccurate reading.
7.2
Storage
Keep your monitor in the storage case when not in use.
• Store your monitor in a clean, safe location.
Do not store your monitor:
• If your monitor is wet.
• In locations exposed to extreme temperatures, humidity, direct sunlight, dust or
corrosive vapors such as bleach.
• In locations exposed to vibrations or shocks.
7.3
Cleaning
• Do not use any abrasive or volatile cleaners.
• Use a soft dry cloth or a soft cloth moistened with neutral soap to clean your
monitor and wrist cuff, and then wipe them with a dry cloth.
• Do not wash or immerse your monitor and wrist cuff in water.
• Do not use gasoline, thinners or similar solvents to clean your monitor and wrist
cuff.
7.4
Disposal
Dispose of your monitor and other components according to applicable local
regulations.
Unlawful disposal may cause environmental pollution.
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8. Specifications
Model
BP6100
Display
LCD digital display
HEM-6180-Z
Cuff pressure range
0 to 299 mmHg
Blood pressure measurement
range
SYS: 60 to 260 mmHg
DIA: 40 to 215 mmHg
Pulse measurement range
40 to 180 beats / min.
Accuracy
Pressure: ±3 mmHg
Pulse: ±5% of display reading
Inflation
Automatic by electric pump
Deflation
Automatic rapid deflation
Measurement method
Oscillometric method
Operation mode
Continuous operation
IP classification
IP 22
Rating
DC3 V 3.0 W
Power source
2 “AAA” alkaline batteries 1.5 V
Battery life
Approximately 300 measurements (using new
alkaline batteries)
Durable period (Service life)
5 years
Operating conditions
+50°F to +104°F (+10°C to +40°C) / 15 to 90% RH
(non-condensing) / 800 to 1060 hPa
Storage / Transport conditions
-4°F to +140°F (-20°C to +60°C) / 10 to 90% RH
(non-condensing)
Weight
Approximately 3.0 oz. (86 g) not including
batteries
Dimensions
Approximately 3.7" (w) × 2.4" (h) × 0.8" (l)
(93 mm × 62 mm × 20 mm) (not including the wrist
cuff)
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Measurable wrist
circumference
5.3" to 8.5" (13.5 to 21.5 cm)
Memory
Stores up to 60 readings
Contents
Monitor, storage case, 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries,
instruction manual, quick start guide
Protection against electric
shock
Internally powered ME equipment
Applied part
Type BF (wrist cuff)
Maximum temperature of the
applied part
Lower than +118.4°F (+48°C)
Note
• These specifications are subject to change without notice.
• This monitor is clinically investigated according to the requirements of ISO 810602:2013. In the clinical validation study, K5 was used on 85 subjects for
determination of diastolic blood pressure.
• This monitor has not been validated for use on pregnant patients.
• IP classification is degrees of protection provided by enclosures in accordance
with IEC 60529. This monitor is protected against solid foreign objects of 0.5
inches (12.5 mm) diameter and greater such as a finger, and against oblique
falling water drops which may cause issues during a normal operation.
Pictogram on the Product
Indicates the correct positioning for the monitor on the wrist.
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9. FCC Statement
FCC CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Note
• This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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10. Limited Warranty
Your BP6100 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor, excluding batteries, is warranted to be
free from defects in materials and workmanship appearing within 2 years from the
date of purchase, when used in accordance with the instructions provided with the
monitor. The above warranty extends only to the original retail purchaser.
We will, at our option, replace without charge any monitor covered by the above
warranty. Replacement is our only responsibility and your only remedy under the
above warranty.
To obtain warranty service contact Customer Service by calling 1-800-634-4350 for
the address of the inspection center and the return shipping and handling fee.
Enclose the original printed receipt. Include a letter, with your name, address, phone
number, and description of the specific problem. Pack the product carefully to
prevent damage in transit. Because of possible loss in transit, we recommend
insuring the product with return receipt requested.
THE FOREGOING IS THE SOLE WARRANTY PROVIDED BY OMRON IN
CONNECTION WITH THIS PRODUCT, AND OMRON HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND OTHER TERMS THAT MAY BE
IMPOSED BY LAW, IF ANY, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF
THE ABOVE EXPRESS WARRANTY.
OMRON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF USE OR ANY OTHER
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INDIRECT COSTS, EXPENSES
OR DAMAGES.
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This warranty provides you with specific legal rights, and you may have other rights
that vary by jurisdiction. Because of special local requirements, some of the above
limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
Visit our web site at:
OmronHealthcare.com
Call toll free:
1-800-634-4350
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11. Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration
OMRON Battery-operated Blood Pressure Monitor Information for Accompanying
Documents in the Scope of IEC60601-1-2:2014
Important information regarding Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC)
BP6100 manufactured by OMRON HEALTHCARE Co., Ltd. conforms to IEC60601-1-2:2014 Electro
Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard.
Further documentation in accordance with this EMC standard is available at OmronHealthcare.com/
emc. Refer to the EMC information for BP6100 on the website.
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