The WaveSense JAZZ provides a large memory, easy to switch on backlit display, for testing in low light conditions, and also allows data to be viewed and analysed on an Apple smartphone app.

The meter meets the 2013 ISO standards for glucose meter accuracy with 99% of results falling within the accuracy boundaries.

WaveSense Dynamic Electrochemistry

The patented technology used in the meters is called WaveSense Dynamic Electrochemistry. What it is designed to do is address how everyday events and conditions can cause a blood glucose meter to distort the result.

For example there may be environmental variations (such as temperature, altitude or humidity) that can affect the reading.

The meters send electrical signals to the test strip to identify common sources of error then uses advanced algorithms to detect and correct these errors to provide the most accurate results by calculating likely glucose variability.

Backlit display

The meter has large, backlit digits so readings are clear to see, the whole blood testing procedure is fast and easy and needs only a 0.5 µL blood sample size and can accommodate alternate site testing.

You can analyse data from the meter via PC by downloading the Zero-Click blood glucose results management software and by requesting a ‘Zero-Click data cable’ from AgaMatrix.

You can analyse on an iPhone 4 (or above) and 5th generation iPod touch by downloading the AgaMatrix Health Manager App and requesting the ‘AgaMatrix Cable’ from AgaMatrix.

Wavesense Jazz Technical Information

  • Blood sample size: 0.5 microliters
  • Time for results: 6 seconds
  • Memory: 1,865 test results
  • Averages: 14, 30 and 90 days
  • Batteries: Two replaceable CR2032, 3 volt, lithium batteries
  • Dimensions: 83 x 46 x 20 mm
  • Weight: 48g
  • Measurement range: 1.1 to 33.3 mmol/L
  • Haematocrit: 20 – 60%

Operating conditions

  • Temperature: 10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F)
  • Relative humidity: Up to 90%
  • Altitude: 3,048 meters (10,000 feet)

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