AdvantageTM 6015N, 6016N
Digital Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
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Congratulations on your purchase of an ADC® Advantage™ Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor.
In hospitals and physician's offices throughout the world, where accuracy and dependability are critical,
ADC® professional diagnostic products are the instruments of choice.
Now you, too, can enjoy the benefits of ADC® engineering and quality in the home. This feature rich
instrument was designed to simplify the measurement of blood pressure and pulse rate at home and
deliver consistent, dependable results.
Read this booklet thoroughly before attempting to use your new ADC® Advantage™ Automatic Blood
Pressure Monitor.
This manual is for Advantage™ 6015N and Advantage™ Ultra 6016N. To find the model number of your
device, look on the rating label located on the cuff.
Your digital wrist blood pressure monitor with Irregular Heartbeat Detection, ADC® Measurement
Averaging Mode (6016N model only), and PC Link Blood Pressure Analyzer Software (6016N model only)
is a fully automatic, digital blood pressure measuring device for use on the wrist. This monitor enables
very fast and reliable measurement of your systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as pulse by way
of the oscillometric method of measuring. This device offers a very high and clinically tested measurement
accuracy and is designed for maximum user-friendliness.
Before using, please read this instruction manual carefully and then keep it in a safe place. Please contact
your doctor for further questions on the subject of blood pressure and its measurement.
To learn more, visit our website at:
• Only a healthcare professional is qualified to interpret blood pressure measurements. This device is
NOT intended to replace regular medical checkups.
• It is recommended that your physician review your procedure for using this device.
• Blood pressure readings obtained by this device should be verified before prescribing or making
adjustments to any medications used to control hypertension. Under no circumstances should YOU alter
the dosages of any drugs prescribed by your doctor.
• This monitor is intended for use by adults only. Consult with aphysician before using this instrument on
a child.
• In cases of irregular heartbeat (Arrhythmia), measurements made with this instrument should only be
evaluated after consultation with your doctor.
• Familiarize yourself with the section titled "About Blood Pressure". It contains important information on
the dynamics of blood pressure readings and will help you to obtain the best results.
Warning: The device contains sensitive electronic components. Avoid strong electrical or
electromagnetic fields in the direct vicinity of the device (e.g., mobile telephones, microwave ovens).
These can lead to temporary impairment of the measuring accuracy.
Warning: Use of this instrument on patients under dialysis therapy or on anticoagulant, antiplatelets, or
steroids could cause internal bleeding.
Warning: Do not use cuffs, or batteries other than those included with this product or replacement parts
supplied by the manufacturer.
Warning: This system may fail to yield specified measurement accuracy if operated or stored in
temperature or humidity conditions outside the limits stated in the specifications section of this manual.
Warning: This product may contain a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, or other reproductive harm.
Caution: The standard material used is latex-free.
Attention: Self-measurement means control, not diagnosis or treatment. Unusual values must always be
discussed with your doctor. Under no circumstances should you alter the dosages of any drugs prescribed
by your doctor.
Attention: The pulse display is not suitable for checking the frequency of heart pacemakers!
Attention: In cases of irregular heartbeat, measurements made with this instrument should only be
evaluated after consultation with your doctor.
NOTE: To obtain the greatest accuracy from your blood pressure instrument, it is recommended that the
instrument be used within a temperature range of 50°F (10°C) to 104°F (40°C), with a 15-90% relative
3.1. What is Blood Pressure?
Simply put, arterial blood pressure is the force of blood exerted against the walls of the arteries. There are
two components to blood pressure - systolic and diastolic pressure. Systolic, the higher pressure, occurs
during contraction of the heart. Diastolic, the lower pressure, occurs when the heart is at "rest."
Your level of blood pressure is determined in the circulatory center of the brain and adjusts to a variety of
situations through feedback from the nervous system. To adjust blood pressure, the strength and frequency
of the heart (Pulse), as well as the width of circulatory blood vessels is altered. Blood vessel width is
effected by fine muscles in the blood vessel walls. Blood pressure is traditionally measured in millimeters
of mercury (mmHg).
It is recorded as systolic/diastolic. For example a systolic of 120 and diastolic of 80 would be recorded
Blood pressure is a dynamic vital sign - one that changes constantly throughout the day. A person's
"resting" blood pressure is the pressure that exists first thing in the morning while a person is still at rest
and before consumption of food or drink.
3.2. What is a Normal Blood Pressure?
A systolic pressure of less than 120mmHg and a diastolic pressure of under 80mmHg are recognized as
normal by the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood
Pressure, 2003.
NOTE: Blood pressure does increase with age, so you must check with your doctor to find out what is
“normal” for you! Even with normal blood pressure values, a regular self-check with your blood pressure
monitor is recommended. You can detect possible changes in your values early and react appropriately. If
you are undergoing medical treatment to control your blood pressure, keep a record of values along with
time of day and date. Show these values to your doctor. Never use the results of your measurements to
independently alter the drug doses prescribed by your doctor.
3.3. What Influences Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure is influenced by many factors including age, weight, physical conditioning, past illness,
time of day, altitude, activity, and climate, to name just a few. In general, blood pressure is lower in the
morning and increases throughout the day. It is lower in warm weather, and higher in cold weather.
Physical activity can have a significant short term impact on blood pressure. Work, exercise, smoking,
eating, drinking - even talking, laughing, or crying will all affect a person's blood pressure.
Your diet, including beverages containing caffeine or alcohol, may affect blood pressure. Emotional stress
can have a dramatic impact on your blood pressure.
Even repeated blood pressure measurements taken without adequate rest between readings will alter your
blood pressure as the vessels in your arm engorge with blood. Many of these influences are only
temporary or short term, though chronic (long term) exposure to some factors may result in permanently
elevated blood pressure levels.
3.4. Does Blood Pressure Vary?
Constantly. An individual's blood pressure varies greatly on a daily and seasonal basis. It changes
throughout one's lifetime. It is not uncommon for systolic pressure to vary by 40mmHg or more
throughout the course of a single day! While generally not as volatile, diastolic pressure can still vary
significantly. In hypertensive individuals, variations are even more pronounced. Normally, blood pressure
is at its lowest during sleep and rises in the morning and throughout the day. The chart (left) illustrates the
fluctuations that could occur in a typical day.
3.5. What is Hypertension?
Hypertension (high blood pressure) is elevated systolic or diastolic levels. In 90 to 95 percent of the
diagnosed cases, the specific causes are unknown, although the condition is often linked with family
history, and lifestyle. This is referred to as essential hypertension. In the remaining cases, high blood
pressure is a symptom of an underlying, often treatable condition, which if corrected, may normalize blood
pressure. This less common type is known as secondary hypertension. Hypertension, if left untreated, may
contribute to kidney disease, heart attack, stroke, or other debilitating illnesses. The following standards for
assessment of high blood pressure in adults have been established by the Joint National Committee, 2003.
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
Monitor regularly
120 - 139
80 - 89
Contact your physician
Stage 1
Stage 2
140 - 159
90 - 99
Contact your
physician Immediately
Contact your
physician URGENTLY
(JNC-7 report: Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure / 2003)
Remember: Only a physician is qualified to interpret the readings obtained from your blood pressure
monitor. No attempt should ever be made at self-diagnosis or treatment.
3.6. Can Hypertension be Controlled?
Although essential hypertension cannot be cured, it can usually be controlled by altering lifestyle
(including diet), adopting a program of exercise, stress management and, where necessary, with
medication under a doctor's supervision.
To help reduce the risk of hypertension, or keep it under control, the American Heart Association (AHA)
recommends the following:
Don't smoke
Reduce salt and fat intake
Maintain proper weight
Exercise regularly
Have regular physical checkups
3.7. Why Measure Blood Pressure at Home?
Clinical studies have shown improved detection and treatment of hypertension when regular home blood
pressure monitoring is done in consultation with a physician.
Blood pressure measured in a doctor's office or hospital setting may cause anxiety and lead to an elevated
reading—a condition referred to as "white coat hypertension."
Home measurements generally reduce the "outside" influences on blood pressure readings, and can
provide a more comprehensive and meaningful blood pressure history.
Note: While it is important to keep an accurate record of your blood pressure measurements, don't be
overly concerned by the results of any one measurement. Individual results may be influenced by spiking
of your pressure due to diet, anxiety, or mis-measurement resulting from excessive arm movement, or
misapplication of the cuff. Many readings taken at the same time each day give a more comprehensive
blood pressure history.
Always be sure to note the date and time when recording blood pressure and pulse measurements. For
best results, and with time permitting, 3 successive measurements may be taken daily. Make sure to allow
at least 1 minute between measurements. Discard any reading that appears suspect and record the average
of the remaining readings.
3.8. How is Blood Pressure Measured?
Healthcare professionals traditionally use a device known as a sphygmomanometer along with a
stethoscope - essentially a professional version of the very same instrument you have purchased. The
sphygmomanometer is a system consisting of an inflatable bladder contained within a cuff, inflation bulb
with air control valve, and pressure measuring manometer (gauge). The gauge may be mechanical,
electronic, or mercurial. The cuff is wrapped around the limb and inflated to constrict blood flow to the
artery. As pressure is released from the cuff through the deflation valve, blood flow returns to the artery
producing pulse beats known as Korotkoff sounds, which are detected with the stethoscope. Systolic
pressure is recorded at the onset of these sounds. Diastolic pressure is generally recorded when the
sounds disappear (when blood flow to the artery returns to normal).
3.9. How should I record my blood pressure?
Record your blood pressure by setting up a simple chart in a spiral-bound notebook as shown below, or
use the included record book.
If you like you can add a column for comments about your condition at the time of measurement, or a
listing of any factors that may have influenced your readings (such as "had a cold", or "just returned from
For best results, and with time permitting, 3 successive measurements may be taken daily. Make sure to
allow at least a 1 minute interval between measurements. Discard any reading that appears suspect and
record the average of the remaining readings. If this method is used, be sure to note that the readings are
On the Advantage™ Ultra (6016N) model, PC Link software is available. Records can be automatically
transferred to your Windows computer. Many smart phone and tablet apps allow you to record, chart, and
share your BP measurements. ADC recommends Microsoft® Healthvault™.
The illustration shows your blood pressure monitor, consisting of: Wrist monitor with attached cuff, storage
case, and instruction booklet.
For wrist circumference: 5.3−7.7” (13.5−19.5 cm)
5.1. Inserting the batteries
After you have unpacked your device, insert the batteries. The battery compartment is located on the bottom
of the device.
1. Push and lift to remove the battery cover.
2. Insert the batteries (2 x AAA, 1.5V), observing the indicated polarity.
• If a battery warning
appears in the display, the batteries are almost discharged and
must be replaced.
• After battery warning
appears, the device will not work until the batteries have been
• If the blood pressure monitor is not used for long periods, remove the batteries from the
• Use “AAA” Long-Life or Alkaline 1.5V batteries. Do not use rechargeable batteries.
• Functional check: Press the «MEMORY» button down to test all the display elements.
When functioning correctly many icons will appear.
5.2. Setting the Time and Date
This blood-pressure monitor incorporates an integrated clock with date display. After new
batteries have been inserted, the device will request the date and time to be reset.
1. After new batteries have been inserted, you will have to set the year. The 4 characters
(2014) on the screen will flash. You can advance the year by pressing the «MEMORY»
button. To confirm and set the year, press the «TIME» button.
2. To set the month, use the «MEMORY» button. To confirm and set the month, press the
«TIME» button.
3. To set the day, use the «MEMORY» button. Press the «TIME» button to confirm. To set
the hour, use the «MEMORY» button. Press the «TIME» button to confirm. To set the
minutes, use the «MEMORY» button. Press the «TIME» button to confirm.
4. Once you have set the minutes and pressed the «TIME» button, the date and time are set and the time is
• If you want to change the date and time, press and hold the «TIME» button down for approx. 3 seconds
until the user icon starts to flash. Press the «TIME» button again; now you can enter the new values as
described above.
• A single press of the «MEMORY» button or «TIME» button advances one operation.
• Holding the button down speeds up the procedure.
5.3. Select the User
This blood pressure monitor is designed to store 99 measurements for each of two users. Before taking a
measurement, be certain that the correct user has been selected.
1. With the unit off, press and hold the «TIME» button to cycle between users ("1" and "2").
2. Press the «MEMORY» button to toggle between users.
3. Press the «ON/OFF» button to make your selection.
5.4. Selecting the Measurement Mode (6016N only)
This instrument enables you to select either standard (single measurement) or measurement
averaging mode (automatic triple measurement).
1. To select Standard mode, push the switch on the side of the instrument to position “1”.
2. To select Averaging mode, push the switch to Position "3."
3. Note: The MAM Advantage™ Averaging mode icon will illuminate on the display.
If you select 1, then only one measurement will be taken. If you select 3, the unit will inflate
and deflate three times resulting in one final average.
5.5. Using ADC Average Mode Technology (6016N only)
1. In MAM Advantage™ Averaging mode, three measurements are automatically taken in
succession and the result then automatically analyzed and displayed. Because your blood
pressure constantly fluctuates, a result determined in this way is more reliable than one
produced by a single measurement.
2. After pressing the «ON/OFF» button, the MAM Advantage™ Averaging mode icon
appears in the display.
3. The bottom right hand section of the display shows a 1, 2, or 3 to indicate which of the 3
measurements is currently being taken.
4. There is a break of 15 seconds between the measurements (15 seconds are adequate according
to “Blood Pressure Monitoring, 2001, 6:145-147” for oscillometric instruments). A countdown
indicates the remaining time.
5. The individual results from measurements 1, 2 and 3 are not initially displayed.
NOTE: If you want to see each of the individual readings making up a triplicate reading, turn
the unit off, then press and hold the Memory button for 3 seconds, until you hear a tone,
immediately after a MAM Advantage™ Averaging Mode measurement.
Note: You can only see the individual readings one time immediately following an Averaging
Mode measurement.
Do not remove the cuff between measurements.
6.1. Before measurement:
• Avoid eating and smoking as well as all forms of exertion directly before measurement. These factors
influence the measurement result. Find time to relax by sitting in an armchair in a quiet atmosphere for
about 5 minutes before taking a measurement.
• Always measure on the same wrist (normally left).
• Always compare measurements taken at the same time of day, since blood pressure changes during the
course of the day, as much as 20-40 mmHg.
6.2. Common sources of error:
NOTE: Comparable blood pressure measurements always require the same conditions! Conditions
should always be quiet.
• All efforts by the user to support the arm can increase blood pressure. Make sure you are in a
comfortable, relaxed position and do not flex any of the muscles in the measurement arm during the
measurement. Use a cushion for support if necessary.
• If the arm artery lies considerably lower or higher than the heart, an erroneously high or low blood
pressure will be measured! Each 15cm (6 inch) difference in height between your heart and the cuff
results in a measurement error of 10 mmHg!
• A loose cuff or a sideways protruding air pocket causes false measurement values.
• With repeated measurements, blood accumulates in the arm, which can lead to false results. Consecutive
blood pressure measurements should be repeated after a 1 minute pause or after your arm has been held
up in order to allow the accumulated blood to flow away. If you decide to take your Averaging Mode
measurement again, be sure to wait at least one minute beforehand.
6.3. Fitting the Cuff
1. Remove all objects and jewelry (e.g. wristwatch) from the wrist in use. Put the
cuff over the wrist with the monitor face on the inside of the wrist. The buttons
should be on the bottom.
2. The distance between the cuff and the hand should be approx. 10 mm (1/2").
3. Secure the cuff with the hook and loop fastener, so that it lies comfortably and
not too tight. No space should remain between the cuff and the wrist.
4. Lay your arm on a table, with the palm upwards. Support the arm a little with a
cushion, so that the cuff rests at about the same height as the heart. Remain
still for 2 minutes, before beginning the measurement. You can also use the
storage case as a support.
6.4. Measurement Procedure
After the cuff has been appropriately positioned, the measurement can begin:
1. Press the «ON/OFF» button. The built-in pump begins to inflate the cuff. In the display, the increasing
cuff pressure is continually displayed.
2. After a suitable inflation pressure has been reached, the pump stops and the pressure gradually falls,
with cuff pressures being displayed. If that inflation pressure is not sufficient, the monitor automatically
3. When the measurement has been completed, the systolic, and diastolic blood pressures and pulse rate
now appear in the display.
4. The measurement readings remain on the display until you switch off the instrument. If no button is
pressed for a period of 2 minutes the instrument switches itself off in order to preserve the batteries.
5. When the unit is set to the MAM setting, 3 separate measurements will take place in succession after
which your result is calculated and displayed as a single, averaged measurement. There is a 15 second
resting time in-between each measurement. A countdown indicates the remaining time.
6. NOTE: If one of the measurements causes an error message, it will be repeated one more time. If any
additional error occurs, the measurement will be discontinued and an error code will be displayed.
Expanding the averaged measurement to see the three individual readings: This function
allows you to view the three individual measurements used to calculate the ADC®
Averaging Mode Technology™ measurement. After taking an averaging mode
measurement turn unit off, hold the Memory button for 3 seconds until you hear a short
beep. (Do not hold the button longer than 7 seconds or you will delete all the readings in
the memory!) Let go of the button and watch the screen. It will automatically scroll through
the three measurements used in the measurement.
6.5. Discontinuing a Measurement
If it is necessary to interrupt a blood pressure measurement for any reason (e.g. the patient feels unwell),
the «ON/OFF» button can be pressed at any time. The device immediately lowers the cuff pressure
6.6. Reading Measurement Results:
When the measurement has been concluded, the measured systolic and diastolic blood pressure values, as
well as the pulse will be displayed.
The appearance of this symbol
signifies that an irregular heartbeat was detected. This indicator is only
a caution. It is important that you be relaxed, remain still and do not talk during measurements.
NOTE: We recommend contacting your physician if you see this indicator frequently.
To prolong the batteries’ life the device switches off automatically if no button is pressed for 2 minutes.
Otherwise you can switch it off by pressing the «ON/OFF» button.
7.1. ADC® Advanced PC Link Software Installation and Data Transmission
(Software sold separately, Order Item #6023NPC)
This unit can be used in connection with your personal computer (PC)
running the ADC® Advanced PC Link Software. Your PC will allow a
capacity of monitoring 80 patients, each with 1000 records of data
(Note: Overuse will lower system efficiency). The memory data (except
average values) can be transferred to the PC by connecting the monitor
via the included USB cable with your PC. Note: The software does not work with Mac computers.
1. Insert CD into CD ROM drive of your PC. The
installation will start automatically. If not, click on
2. Connect the monitor via USB cable with the PC. Three
horizontal bars will appear on the display and last for
3 seconds.
3. The bars will then flash to indicate that the connection
between computer and device is successfully made.
As long as the cable is plugged, the bars will keep
flashing and the buttons are disabled. During the
connection, the device is completely controlled by the
computer. Refer to the ‘Help’ file in the software for
detailed instructions.
7.2 Installing and Using Microsoft Healthvault™ on your ADC Advantage™ Blood Pressure
The Advantage™ Ultra digital blood pressure monitors are compatible with the Microsoft HealthVault™
software application. HealthVault™ allows you to easily store, use, and share your health information
online and on your mobile devices.
To use HealthVault™ with your unit, follow the steps below:
1. Create a user account at
2. Once logged in, click on “Apps & Devices.”
3. Download the “HealthVault Connection Center” app and follow the prompts on screen to guide you
through installation.
4. Once installed, select “Select a Task -> Add Device” from within the HealthVault application.
5. Plug in your ADC BP monitor to your computer using the supplied USB cable. HealthVault™ will
automatically install the device drivers and associate your device to the HealthVault software.
At this point, you can start taking readings with your device. Once you have collected a reading, you can
now upload the data using the “HealthVault Connection Center” app.
6. Click “Go online to HealthVault™” and sign into your account.
7. Click the box of the user you would like to associate with this device and click “Allow Access.”
8. Then, click “Upload Now.” Your readings will then upload from your device to the HealthVault™ service.
9. You can the click “View Data in HealthVault™” to see your readings.
Once you have approved a device, you will not need to perform these actions again. You can just connect
your device and start with step 11.
For more information on how to use HealthVault™, click “Help” at the top right-hand corner of the page.
There, you will find a detailed help document as well as an FAQ section to help with any issues you may
• You cannot run the PC Link software and HealthVault™ at the same time. Be sure to completely remove
the PC Link software before installing HealthVault™.
• HealthVault™ has a mobile app available in both the Apple® App Store and Microsoft® Windows®
Phone marketplace.
This function indicates allorhythmic heartbeating. If the symbol of IHD
appears on the
display that means that certain abnormalities in heartbeat frequency were detected during the
measurement. In this case, the result may deviate from your normal blood pressure – repeat the
measurement. In most cases, this is no cause for concern. However, if the symbol
appears on a regular basis (e.g. several times a week with measurements taken daily) we advise
you to tell your doctor. Please show your doctor the following explanation:
Information for the doctor on frequent appearance of the Irregular Heartbeat
This instrument is an oscillometric blood pressure monitor that also analyses pulse frequency during
measurement. The instrument is clinically tested. The symbol
is displayed after the measurement, if
pulse irregularities occur during measurement. If the symbol appears more frequently (e.g. several times
per week on measurements performed daily) we recommend the patient to seek medical advice. The
instrument does not replace a cardiac examination, but serves to detect pulse irregularities at an early
8.1. Traffic Light Indicator (6016N only)
The bars on the left hand edge of the display show the range within which the indicated blood
pressure values lies. Depending on the height of the bar, the readout value is either within the
normal (green), borderline (yellow), or danger (red) range. The classification is based on
standards adopted from the WHO (World Health Organization). Refer to the chart to the right for
details of the classification.
Indications of a
Blood Pressure
Indications of a
Blood Pressure
Indications of
“Stage I Hypertension”
Blood Pressure
Indications of
“Stage 2 Hypertension”
Blood Pressure
Note: ESH/ESC guidelines may vary from those indicated. Consult your physician for information relating to guidelines in your region.
9.1. Recall and Storage of Measurements
At the end of a measurement, this monitor automatically stores each result with date and time. This unit
stores 99 memories for each of 2 users.
Viewing the Stored Values
With the unit off, press the «MEMORY» button. The display first shows "A", then shows the average of all
measurements stored in the unit.
NOTE: Measurements for each user are averaged and stored separately. Be certain that you are
viewing the measurements for the correct user (with no time and date shown).
Pressing the «MEMORY» button again displays the previous value. To view a particular stored memory,
press and hold the «MEMORY» button to scroll to that stored reading.
Further information
Measurements should not occur immediately after each other; otherwise, the results will be skewed. Wait
for one minute in a relaxed position, sitting or lying, before you repeat a measurement.
9.2. Delete Memory
Before you delete all memory readings stored, make sure you won’t need to refer to them at a later date.
Keeping a permanent record is prudent and may provide additional information for your doctor’s visit.
To delete stored memory readings, hold the «MEMORY» button down until the LCD
shows a flashing «CL». Release the button. Press the «MEMORY» button while «CL» is
flashing to complete the operation. It is impossible to erase the values individually.
Removing the batteries will also delete the memory.
If an error occurs during a measurement, the measurement is discontinued and a corresponding error code
is displayed (Example: Err 2).
Error No.
Possible Cause(s)/Solutions
Pulse could not be detected. Please ensure the cuff is properly
placed on the inside of your wrist and repeat the measurement.
Unnatural pressure impulses influence the measurement
result. Reason: the arm was moved during the measurement.
If inflation of the cuff takes too long, the cuff is not correctly
seated. Reposition the cuff and repeat the measurement.
The difference between systolic and diastolic is excessive.
Measure again carefully following proper procedures. Consult
your doctor if you still get unusual results of measurements.
The pressure in the cuff is too high (over 300mmHg). Relax for
5 minutes and repeat the measurement.
The pulse is too low (less than 40 beats per minute). Relax for
5 minutes and repeat the measurement.
Other possible errors and their solutions
If problems occur when using this device, the following points should be checked.
The display remains blank when 1. Check battery installation/ polarity.
the device is switched on though 2. Remove the batteries and if the display is
the batteries are in place.
unusual, then exchange them for new ones.
The device frequently fails to
measure, or the values
measured are too low or high.
1. Fit the cuff correctly on the wrist.
2. Before starting measurement make sure
that clothing is not exerting pressure on the
arm. Take articles of clothing off if necessary.
Measure blood pressure again in complete
peace and quiet.
Every measurement results in
different values, although the
device functions normally and
normal values are displayed.
Refer to Section 6.2 Common
Blood pressure values differ from
those measured at the doctor’s.
Refer to Section 3.7. Why Measure
Blood Pressure at Home?
Sources of Error.
NOTE: Blood pressure is subject to fluctuations even in healthy people. Please remember that
comparable blood pressure measurements always require the same time and the same
conditions! These are normally quiet conditions. If you follow the procedure described earlier and still get
fluctuations of blood pressure of greater than 15 mmHg and/or you repeatedly hear irregular pulse tones,
consult your doctor.
Should any technical malfunctions arise in the blood pressure monitor, please contact the dealer where you
bought the device or ADC. Never attempt to repair the instrument yourself! Any unauthorized
opening of the instrument invalidates all warranty claims.
Do not expose the device to either extreme
temperatures, humidity, dust or direct sunlight.
Handle the cuff carefully and avoid all types of stress
through twisting or buckling in order not to damage the
sensitive air-tight bubble.
Clean the device with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use gas,
thinners or similar solvents. Spots on the cuff can be
removed carefully with a damp cloth and soapsuds. Do
not submerge the cuff in water!
Do not drop the monitor or treat it roughly
in any way.
Never open the monitor!
This invalidates the manufacturer’s warranty.
.35 lbs. (148 g) (with batteries + cuff)
3.75” x 4.25” x 4.25”
85mm x 77mm x 75mm (including cuff)
Storage temperature:
-20 − +55 °C / -4 − +131 °F
15 to 90% relative maximum humidity
Operation temperature:
50°F−104°F (10°C−40°C)
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Measuring method:
Pressure sensor:
Measuring range:
Rated range of the determined - Blood Pressure
SYS: 60-255mmHg
DIA: 40-200mmHg
40 - 200 beats per minute - pulse
Cuff pressure display range:
0-299 mmHg
Automatically stores the last 99 measurements for 2 users (198 total).
Measuring resolution:
1 mmHg
Pressure within ± 3 mmHg or 2% of the reading
200mmHg Pulse ± 5 % of the reading
Power Source:
2 “AAA” batteries
Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor with Cuff, 2 AAA batteries, Storage
Case, Instruction Book, and Record Book.
This blood pressure monitor is warranted for 5 years from date of purchase. This warranty includes the
instrument and the cuff. The warranty does not apply to damage caused by improper handling, accidents,
improper use, or alterations made to the instrument by third parties. The warranty is only valid after the
product is registered online at
Device standard:
This device is manufactured to meet the European and United States standards for non-invasive blood
pressure monitors:
EN1060-1 / 1995 • EN1060-3 / 1997 • EN1060-4 / 2004
Electromagnetic compatibility:
Device fulfills the stipulations of the International standard IEC60601-1-2
Clinical testing:
BHS A/A Rated. Clinical performance tests were carried out in the U.K. “Association Protocol and British
HTP Protocol.”
Important Warning/Caution
Authorized European
Represenative’s Information
Manufacturer’s Information
Circumference Size
Temperature Limit
Conforms to EU Standards
Humidity Limitation
To register your product and obtain further detailed user
information about our products and services visit us at:
and follow the links.
For questions, comments, or suggestions
call us toll free at:
American Diagnostic Corporation
55 Commerce Drive, Hauppauge, New York 11788
Telephone: 631-273-9600 • Fax: 631-273-9659
Email: [email protected]
marking applies to model 6015N only.
Dist. by: ADC®
55 Commerce Drive
Hauppauge, NY 11788
ONBO Electronic (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.
No. 497, Ta Laneg Nan Road, Ta Laneg Street
Baoan District, Shenzhen, China
Medpack Swiss GmbH, Tramstrasse
16, CH-9442, Berneck, Switzerland
tel: 631-273-9600
toll free: 1-800-232-2670
fax: 631-273-9659
email: [email protected]
Read the instructions carefully before using this device.
Type BF applied part
IB p/n 93-6016N-00 rev 2 english
Inspected in the USA
Made in Taiwan
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