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First steps: This short video shows just how fast and easy it is to set up and use the Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose monitoring system for the first time, including inserting a new strip free test cassette.

How to pair the Accu-Chek Mobile meter with the mySugr app and how to transfer data.

Performing a blood glucose test: This video will show you how to perform a blood glucose test correctly using the Accu-Chek Mobile system so that you get the most accurate results. 

Using your lancing device: This video will show you how to use the integrated Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device that comes with the Accu-Chek Mobile system to obtain a blood sample for testing your blood glucose level.

Get connected to the smart world of mySugr with the Accu‑Chek Mobile wireless adapter.

How to perform a test

Before you start, wash your hands with warm water and soap, rinse well and dry thoroughly on a clean towel.

1. Open tip cover. The meter turns on.

Open tip cover. The meter turns on.

2. Press the lancing device firmly against the selected puncture site to obtain a drop of blood.

Press the lancing device firmly against the selected puncture site to obtain a drop of blood.

3. To apply the blood drop to the test area: Position your finger gently on the guidance tabs so that only the blood drop comes in to contact with the test area between the guidance tabs.

3. To apply the blood drop to the test area: Position your finger gently on the guidance tabs so that only the blood drop comes in to contact with the test area between the guidance tabs.

4. Read result and close tip cover. The meter turns off.

4. Read result and close tip cover. The meter turns off.

How to perform a test with the new cassette.

You may have learned that you should hold your meter vertically during blood application. Now, with the new guidance tabs, just hold the meter in a way that lets you see the test area when applying blood. Place your finger gently on the guidance tabs so that the drop of blood comes into contact with the centre of the test area. That’s it!

Is there anything else I need to know?

The guidance tabs can only be used for taking a blood sample from the fingertips. They are not designed for taking a blood sample from other sites (AST).

Hold the meter in a way that lets you see the test area
Accu-Chek Mobile with Wireless Adapter

Frequently Asked Questions

Checking blood sugar

The Gluc-DOR enzyme used has a negligible dependence on the atmospheric oxygen level. For this reason its altitude dependence is also extremely small. We guarantee full functionality up to 4,000m (13,123 feet).
The Accu-Chek Mobile meter stores up to 2,000 test results with date and time automatically.

Test Cassette

When a new test cassette is inserted, the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag informs the meter about the specific properties of the chemistry in this test cassette and all coding information is given. The meter turns on, the display check appears and the user is shown the information about the cassette's expiry date. The number of available tests is indicated then the main menu is displayed. The meter is now ready for testing.

No, it is not possible to insert the cassette the wrong way.

The Accu-Chek Mobile does not require cleaning if the system is handled as instructed. However if it is misused (e.g. the meter is held upside down when applying the blood or control solution, and/or the blood or control solution sample is bigger than 5 µL) the optic parts can become dirty. It is possible to clean the optic parts (refer to the instruction manual).

If a standard test cassette is inserted in to the meter, the meter checks regularly when the cassette was inserted and calculates the use-by period from this. Each test cassette must be used up within 90 days (use-by period). If a standard test cassette is inserted into the meter, the use-by period is calculated from the date when the cassette was first placed in the meter. This date is stored in the cassette.

The meter also checks whether the expiry date of the cassette has been reached. The expiry date is shown on the test cassette box.

If either of the two dates – use-by period or expiry date – is exceeded, the cassette has expired and further tests cannot be performed with this test cassette.

If a test is started and the cassette is going to expire shortly or has already expired, the meter will inform you of this.

A notification relating to the expiry of the test cassette appears 10 days before it expires, subsequent notifications appear 5, 2 and 1 day(s) before expiry.

If the test cassette has expired, a message will ask the user to replace it.

If the test cassette you removed still has unused tests and is still within the "use by" date, you can reinsert the cassette into the meter. The meter recognises the cassette, the number of available tests and the expiry date.

Yes, you can still use the former cassette until it expires.

Meter care and batteries

The Accu-Chek Mobile system is delivered with the time and date set at the factory. Power is supplied by a 3rd internal battery. During storage a protective foil prevents the 2 AAA batteries losing any power and the settings are preserved using the internal battery power.

To activate the AAA batteries, pull out the protective battery foil and they will take over from the internal battery.

High energy batteries last approximately 500 tests or 1 year.

The number of tests may be reduced when the measurement frequency is extremely low (one test per week) or the meter is left unused. Setting the display brightness to level 3 and the beep volume to level 4 or 5 or using the acoustic mode permanently also impacts battery life time negatively. The number of tests may be improved when the test frequency is high.

The stored values and settings remain saved in the meter while the batteries are changed or if the meter is stored without batteries.

The meter has an in built back-up battery. This provides the power when there are no batteries inserted. The back-up battery lasts about 2 years and cannot be replaced if it is empty. An empty back-up battery has no effect on the functioning of the meter.

If the back-up battery is empty the user has 10 minutes to change the batteries. If more than ten minutes elapses the meter forgets the time and date. When this happens, dashes appear on the display instead of the time and date. In this situation the time and date will have to be set again manually.

Yes, you can change the AAA batteries whilst a cassette is inserted.

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Accu-Chek Mobile

Accu-Chek Mobile with Wireless Adapter
Item Description

The Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose monitoring system offers easier, faster & more discreet testing.1

  • Portable and convenient all-in-one system
  • Accurate2 testing in just 4 simple steps
  • Test without inserting, handling or disposing of single test strips
  • Uses strip free cassettes containing 50 tests
  • Integrated Accu-Chek FastClix finger pricker for virtually pain-free lancing
  • 6 lancets in a drum – no single lancets to see or touch
  • 2,000 test memory meets DVLA requirements3
  • Clinically proven to help reduce HbA1c4

The Accu-Chek Mobile system and test cassettes may be available on prescription from your Healthcare Professional, or can be purchased from Boots and other selected pharmacies.

What our customers say

Over 3,000 Accu-Chek Mobile system users told us that, compared to testing with a blood glucose meter using strips, they find the Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose monitoring system makes testing:1

Easier

Easier - 98% said Yes

Faster

Faster - 91% said Yes

More discreet

More discreet - 96% said Yes

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Product Manuals

Size

121 x 63 x 20 mm (LWH)

Display

Dot matrix OLED display with 100 x 128 pixels

Test Cassette

50 tests

Bluetooth

With Wireless Adapter

Benefits and Features

The all-in-one system conveniently combines tests, lancets and a finger pricker into one sleek and easy to carry meter.

Technical Specifications
Measuring time:

Approximately 5 sec (depending on the blood glucose concentration)

Operating conditions:

Temperature: +10 to +40 °C (+50 to +104 °F)

Humidity: 10 to 85 % relative humidity

Sample material:

Fresh capillary blood

Sample size:

0.3 µL (min. sample size). 5.0 µL (max. sample size)

Sample dosing:

Blood applied to the middle of the yellow test area. The test area absorbs the blood quickly and hygienically (spread technology).

Under-dosing detection:

Yes

Hematocrit range:

25-55%

Altitude independence:

0-4,000 m (0-13,123 feet)

Test capacity of the cassette:

50 tests

Coding:

Automatic coding via RFID tag on the test cassette surface. No manual coding required by the user

Event flag:

4 different flags: Control solution, before or after meal, other

Display:

Dot matrix OLED display with 100 x 128 pixels

Display text:

Yes, information displayed in a combination of text, icons and animations

Memory capacity:

2,000 results automatically saved with the time, date and all other information flagged in association with the test

Statistics:

Average calculation is possible for: All values, only before-meal values, only after-meal values, based 7, 14, 30 and 90 days

Reminder:

User can set a reminder after a test to perform another test in 1, 1.5, 2 or 3 hours time. Up to 3 of these reminders can be active at any one time. User can set 7 standard, individually programmable reminders which are repeated daily

Error messages & warnings:

In the case that an error occurs, the system communicates not only the error code to the user, but also the cause of the error, and what the user can do to prevent the error from happening again

Acoustic data output:

Data output with audible beeper sequences for visually impaired users

Dimensions:

121 x 63 x 20 mm (with attached lancing device)

Weight:

Approx. 129 g (with lancing device, batteries, test cassette and lancet drum)

Batteries:

2 alkaline-manganese or high-energy batteries (1.5 V, type AAA, LR03, AM 4 or micro)

Battery life:

Approx. 500 tests or approx. 1 year

Auto power off:

After 1 or 2 minute(s), depending on the operating status

Storage conditions:

Meter without batteries and without test cassette: -25 to +70 °C (-13 to +158 °F)

Meter with batteries and without test cassette: -10 to +50 °C (+14 to +122 °F)

Meter with batteries and with test cassette: +2 to +30 °C (+36 to +86 °F)

Humidity 15 to 93 % relative humidity

Special feature:

Detachable lancing device

Sources
  1. Accu-Chek Mobile Users Survey 2013. Respondents using the Accu-Chek Mobile as their main meter n=3,132. Data on file.
  2. Independently tested against current International accuracy standards (ISO 15197:2013) and found to exceed these performance requirements. Baumstark et al, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, Jan 2018
  3. Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency 2016: Asessing fitness to drive – a guide for medical professionals. Pg 63. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/fil... [accessed Jan 2018]
  4. Maran A et al.: Use of an integrated strip-free blood glucose monitoring system increases frequency of self-monitoring and improves glycemic control: Results from the ExAct study. Journal of Clinical and Translational Endocrinology (2014). DOI: 10.1016/j.jcte..2014.08.003.