USING THE METER MEMORY
View Results on the Meter
Your meter stores the 450 most recent blood glucose test results with date and time in its memory.
It also provides you with 7, 14, 21, 28, 60 and 90-day averages of your blood glucose test results.
You can review the test results in the memory with these easy steps.
Enter the Memory Mode
With the meter turned off, press the
The 7-day average will appear, indicating that you are in the memory mode.
If you continue to press the
button, the 14, 21, 28, 60 and 90 day average will appear in order.
You can then review the last 450 tests in the memory.
When using the meter for the first time, “---“ appears, showing that there are no test results in memory.
The 7-day average is calculated from the blood glucose results obtained during the last 7 days.
It also indicates how many blood glucose tests have been performed within this period, e.g., 14 (14 tests in the last 7 days).
The 14 day average is calculated from the blood glucose results obtained during the last 14 days.
It also indicates how many blood glucose tests have been performed, e.g., 28 (28 tests in the last 14 days).
It is all the same for the 21, 28, 60 and 90 day average.
Recall Test Results
After the 90 day average, the most recent test result with date and time will be shown.
button once and the next most recent test result will appear.
Each time you press and release the
button, the meter will recall up to your last 450 test results in order.
When the memory is full, the oldest result is dropped as the newest is added.
When reaching the last set of result, “End” and “
“ will be shown on LCD display, and the meter will be turned off automatically.
Exit the Memory Mode
Keep pressing the
button for 5 seconds to turn off the meter.
The control solution results are NOT
stored in the memory (please also go to page 40 WARNING
The list of past results and the result average are for blood glucose results only.
When pressing the
button to recall the test results, the meter will display date, time and the unit of measurement first.
If you do not press the
button within 5 seconds, the blinking “
” and “
” will appear.
In the meantime, you can choose to insert a test strip to start testing your blood or press the
button again to review the stored test results.
If no button is pressed for 2 minutes, the meter will show “OFF” and turn off automatically.