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How to use Accu-Chek® Active with Softclix

Description

Accu-Chek® meter is a useful tool for simple and safe testing that is integrated into your daily life thanks to its easy handling and capcity storage of up to 500 new results for your numbers tell your story.

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Accu-Chek Active

Item Description

The Accu-Chek®  Active blood glucose meter packs many powerful features into a smaller size than the previous version. See test result averages up to 90 days, get alerts if your test strips are expired or if you’ve underdosed, re-dose within 10 seconds, set pre-and post-meal reminders to test, and more.

Product Manuals

SIZE

97.8 x 46.8 x 19.1mm

WEIGHT

50 g

FAST

Results in 5 seconds

MEMORY

500 test results

ALERTS

For expired strips

Benefits and Features
  • Just two buttons are used to operate the meter, for intuitive handling.
  • Large and easy-to-read display.
  • In- or out-of-meter for simple and comfortable testing.
  • Safety features include underdosing alerts, re-dose option in 10 seconds, and test strip expiration warnings
  • The visual double check lets you see your recent test result.
  • Post-meal alert reminds you to test 2 hours after eating.
  • Pre-meal and post-meal markers are available.
  • 500 test results are stored in memory.
  • See averages of all blood test results over 7, 14, 30 and 90 days.
  • Fulfills 100 % of the accuracy requirements of DIN EN ISO 15197:2003.1
  • Date and time are preset for faster setup.
  • Changing the battery doesn’t mean losing the date and time settings.
  • Transfer data from the meter to your PC using a USB cable. You will need an
    Accu-Chek®  diabetes management solution on the PC to analyze the data.
  • 30 % smaller than previous Accu-Chek®  Active meters with a 10 % bigger display.
Additional Specifications
Model:

Accu-Chek® Active (Model GU)

Serial number:

Unique serial number is printed on a label on the device and stored in non-volatile memory

Measuring principle:

Mutant variant of the glucose dehydrogenase quinone protein (Mut. Q-GDH 2, modified variant of EC 1.1.5.2), acinetobacter spec; photometric end-point measurement

Measuring time:

Approximately 5 seconds (blood application with test strip within the meter)
Approximately 8 seconds (blood application with test strip outside the meter)

Temperature:

+8 to +42 °C (+46.4 °F to +107.6 °F)

Humidity:

Up to 93 % relative humidity

Storage conditions without battery:

-25 to + 70 °C (-13 °F to +158 °F)

Memory capacity:

Up to 500 values with date and time

Test averages:

7, 14, 30, 90 days

Data transfer:

Via USB interface (with Micro-USB cable)

Automatic coding:

Via code chip (batch specific code chip)

Warning:

Strip expiry warning (data is stored in the code chip)

Dimensions:

97.8 x 46.8 x 19.1 mm

Weight:

46 g without battery, 50 g with battery

Display:

96 segments LCD display with symbols

Beep tone:

Yes (Factory setting ON)

Battery:

1 battery, type CR 2032

Battery life:

Approximately 1000 measurements or one year (whichever comes first)

Auto power off:

30 or 90 seconds according to operating status

Underdosing detection:

Yes

Altitude independence:

0–4,000m (0-13,123 feet)

Blood volume:

1-2 μL

Measuring range:

10 mg/dL – 600 mg/dL, 0.6 mmol/L – 33.3 mmol/L

Sample types:

Capillary blood

If the test strip is removed from the meter to apply blood:

Venous blood anticoagulated with lithium heparin or ammonium heparin or EDTA, arterial blood and blood from neonates

Sample dosing:

Blood application on to the middle of the test pad. The test strip (and its components) has the function to spread the blood above the test area in a quick and hygienic way

How to use Accu-Chek® Active blood glucose meter

Testing your blood glucose is an essential part of managing diabetes. The Accu-Chek®  Active blood glucose meter can help to  make it convenient by giving you fast, hassle-free, and accurate results in 4 simple steps.

  • Insert the glucose test strip
  • Prick your finger with the lancet to draw out a blood drop.
  • Carefully touch the blood drop onto the green field of the test strip.
  • Read the blood glucose result.