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  • Introduction

    Your pump delivers insulin throughout the day and night. Your pump needs to know the date and time so that the correct dose of insulin is given at the correct time. As soon as the pump and diabetes manager connect through Bluetooth® wireless technology, the diabetes manager adopts the time shown on the pump - in other words, the devices synchronize. This is why it is important to set the pump time and date first. This lesson shows you how

    Remember! It's important to set the insulin pump time and date first, since they will be adopted by the diabetes manager when they synchronize!

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  • Goals

    At the end of this lesson, you will know how to:

    • Set the time and date on your insulin pump
    • Understand the difference between American and European date formats
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  • Setting the time and date: step 1

    Press Icon to move to the TIME AND DATE SETTINGS screen.

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  • Setting the time and date: step 2

    Press Icon to select. The HOUR screen is displayed. Press Icon or Icon to set the hour.

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  • Setting the time and date: step 3

    Press Icon to move to the MINUTE screen. Press Icon or Icon to set the minute.

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  • Setting the time and date: step 4

    Press Icon to move to the YEAR screen. Press Icon or Icon to set the year.

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  • Setting the time and date: step 5

    Use Icon, Icon and Icon to set:

    • MONTH
    • DAY
    • TIME FORMAT (12 hour or 24 hour clock)
    • DATE FORMAT (you have the choice of European (day/month/year) or American (month/day/year)

    When finished, press Icon to exit the TIME AND DATE SETTINGS menu and return to the STOP screen (or RUN screen, as appropriate).

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  • Quiz

    When the pump and the diabetes manager first communicate to each other they synchronize their times. What does this mean?

  • Congratulations!

    You have completed the setting the time and date section. It’s time to move to the next lesson.

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