Accu-Chek Active + 10 Strips

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Description

Description

Smaller than before, but with a 10 % bigger display

Easy to use, with only 2 buttons to operate Safe

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 time:

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

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

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:

04,000m (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

Dosing options:

Blood can be applied to already inserted test strip, or a test strip outside the meter. Outside of the meter dosing is helpful to minimize the risk of contamination when a meter has multiple users (e.g. in a hospital) and, in case of alternative site testing, to facilitate blood application