The reader can capture the data from sensor when it is placed between 1cm to 4cm from sensor, even through clothing.
To get a complete glycemic picture over the last three months, the sensor must be replaced every fourteen days and the sensor must be scanned at least once every eight hours.
The LibreView website is only compatible with certain operating systems and browsers. Please check https://www.libreview.com/ for additional information.
It stores up to 90 days of glucose data and has easy-to-understand graphs of your glucose history. Small and lightweight, the reader is easy to hold and carry with you. The backlit colour touchscreen means you can read it in the dark.
An easy scan shows the current glucose reading, the latest 8 hours of glucose data and a trend arrow showing if glucose levels are going up, down or changing slowly.
At a glance – the FreeStyle Libre 2 reader shows:
∙ A number - current glucose reading
∙ A trend arrow - where your glucose is heading
∙ A graph - the latest 8 hours of glucose history
∙ Optional glucose alarms that can be easily set to your individual needs
The reader also has a built-in blood glucose and ketone testing strip port.
A cloud-based software solution for FreeStyle Libre 2 system:
LibreView offers a range of reports, including the 'Glucose Pattern Insights' report which includes assessment of Glucose Control Measures and the Ambulatory Glucose Profile that you can use to spot and review glucose patterns, identify areas to target with your healthcare professional, and track progress.
95 mm x 60 mm x 16 mm
Reader power source
1 lithium-ion rechargeable battery
Reader battery life
4 days of typical use
90 days of typical use
Reader operating temperature
10°C to 45°C
Reader storage temperature
-20°C to 60°C
Reader moisture protection
Reader operating and storage altitude
-381 metres (-1,250 ft) to 3048 metres (10,000 ft)
Reader display timeout
60 seconds (120 seconds when test strip is inserted)
Minimum computer requirements
System must only be used with EN60950-1 rated computers