Press and hold the START button of your monitor for more than 5 but less than 10 seconds to display battery voltage on the LCD screen. The voltage of fully charged accumulators should be over 2,5V in case of ABPM-05 and BlueBP-05 and over 5,37V in case of ABPM-04, card(X)plore and apneABP. If you have a CardioMera or CardioBlue monitor, use a fully charged battery.
Connect the USB cable
Get into your Windows Device Manager
Check if any of the COM ports have unusual symbols next to them.
- Select and delete your unknown USB device
- Disconnect the USB cable
- Install the USB driver from the Meditech CD or from www.meditech.eu
If you have a Personal computer, insert Meditech Bluetooth dongle into your computer
If you have a laptop, make sure that your in-built Bluetooth-adapter is switched on, Go to the device manager or search for Bluetooth icons (desktop, taskbar, control panel, installed programs)
Check the PC-device connection
Check whether the interface cable has been placed with the right end into the device. Connect the optical cable to the device and make sure that the red mark on the cable matches the mark on the label of the monitor.
While testing the communication (EasyABPM: Device/Read Data; CardioVisions: Tools/Options/Communication), pull the cable out of the device and check whether it blinks red. If no, try the communication with other cable or turn to your distributor.
Make your device Bluetooth-discoverable
Check here how to make your device Bluetooth-discoverable
Test communication (CardioVisions: Tools/Options/Communication)
Click ADD and the software will list devices found, Select your device, Click OK, Enter the PIN (last 4 digits from the serial number)