WaveSense KeyNote Blood Glucose Monitor (AgaMatrix)
The WaveSense KeyNote Blood Glucose Monitoring System is simple to use with many user-friendly features such as the large backlit display and ergonomic rubber grips and feet. At the push of a button, you can view your past results with the intuitive user interface.
Blood Sample Size Required: 0.5 uL
Time to Results: As fast as 1-2-3. In some conditions, test may take as long as 12 seconds
Battery Requirements: (2) CR2032 lithium coin cell
Alternative Site Testing: Yes
Data Capabilities: Advanced data management features; 14-, 30-, and 90-day averages and graphs; results downloadable via USB cable connection; easy to understand reports of numbers; 300 test memory
User Coding Required: Yes
Other Special Features: Hypo/hyperglycemic warning alarms; user-settable reminder alarms; no-slip rubber grips and feet; backlight; on screen graphing; automatic meal time average and marking of control solution
Accessories Included: Compact Carrying Case; Lancing Device with Gray Cap; Clear AST Lancing Device Cap; 10 Lancets (33 Gauge); Control Solution
Company Contact Information:
10 Maor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
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