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While you can view your results at your computer and e-mail a report, you can't store the readings or manipulate the data, as with other Accu-Chek applications.

You can combine results from up to 3 blood glucose monitors at the same time, and have all the information appear on 1 easy to read graph. 

The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device reader uses infrared technology to "beam" data from an Accu-Chek blood glucose meter or insulin pump when it is placed in front of the device reader. This simple connectivity means greater convenience and faster downloads for you.

There's no need to load software. Everything you need is already within the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device reader. Just plug it into a USB port to get started.

No. This system requires the Windows® 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista® or Windows 7 or 8 operating system.

The device simply plugs into any available USB port. Just plug it in and it's ready to go.

The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device reader is compatible with Accu-Chek meters and pumps that use infrared (IR) data transfer.

You can print out reports showing precisely what your healthcare team wants to know. By letting you set personal targets, time ranges and report preferences, the Accu-Chek Smart Pix device reader gives you just what you choose.

The Accu-Chek Smart Pix device reader collects data from your blood glucose tests and insulin pump doses. By looking at all of this information at once, you can see how your efforts at managing your blood glucose are progressing.

Roche Diabetes Care, as a manufacturer of medical devices, certified to European standards, complies with all applicable European directives. The lancing device is CE (Conformité Européene) labeled, which means that the product meets the safety and normative requirements of those European directives. The European regulations are valid and recognized under mutual recognition agreements with many countries, including Canada, LATAM, APAC and Japan. The lancing device also complies with laws such as the US Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act, the TRBA 250 (Germany) or the NR 32 (Brazil) and others.

In Poland.

200 units