WaveSense KeyNote Pro Blood Glucose Monitor (AgaMatrix)

 

WaveSense KeyNote Pro

WaveSense KeyNotePro

The WaveSense KeyNote Pro Blood Glucose Monitoring System was designed for use in institutional settings with added features for increased safety. It's user-friendly features, including a test strip ejector and double-redundant power supply, makes it a simple meter to use.

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: Test strip ejector; hypo/hyperglycemic warning alarms; six user-settable reminder alarms; no-slip rubber grips and feet; backlight; on screen graphing; automatic meal time average and marking of control solution; double-redundant power supply for maximum safety of results

Company Contact Information:

AgaMatrix
10 Maor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
1-866-906-4197
www.wavesense.info

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Last Modified Date: November 24, 2014

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