How big is the biosensor?

The biosensor is 5mm in height and 35 mm in diameter, or about the size of 2 stacked quarters/a 2 Euro coin.

Has the biosensor been tested in (a) water and (b) sea water?

a. The biosensor was tested to IP27 standards and can be used while swimming, in up to 1 metre of water for up to 30 minutes.

b. The biosensor has not been tested in seawater. There is no reason to expect that performance in seawater would be different from fresh water as the salinity would not affect the ability of water to get in to the biosensor.

Can the biosensor be used at altitudes > 3,048 metres (10,000 feet)?
Biosensor performance has been tested to 3,048 metres (10,000 feet) only. It has not been evaluated for use in altitudes >3,048 metres (10,000 feet).
What is the operating and storage altitude?
The operating and storage altitude is -381 meters (-1,250 ft.) to 3,048 meters (10,000 ft.)
What happens to the biosensor if it is worn outside of the recommended temperature range?
If the biosensor stops working due to extreme temperature, the user will get an error message. The biosensor operating temperature range is 10°C to 45°C.
How do users store the product at home?
Store the biosensor Kit between 4°C and 25°C. While you don’t need to keep your biosensor Kit in a refrigerator, you can as long as the refrigerator is between 4°C and 25°C.
What type of NFC tag is used for the biosensor?
The biosensor is based on ISO15693.
What type of Bluetooth is used for the biosensor?
The Biosensor Bluetooth Radio Frequency is 2.402–2.480 GHz BLE; modulation is GFSK; and maximum power output is 0 dBm EIRP.
What kind of battery is in the biosensor?
The battery in the biosensor is a silver oxide non-removable battery.
How do users discard the disposable components, for example the biosensor pack and applicator?

Regulations vary depending on location. This product should be disposed of in accordance with all applicable local regulations related to the disposal of electronic equipment, batteries, sharps, and materials potentially exposed to body fluids.

“Sharps" include any device or object used to puncture or lacerate the skin. Biosensors are not classed as sharps as the sharp is left in the applicator.

What kind of cleaning or disinfection procedure is required to use the biosensor?
The biosensor is intended for single-use and does not require cleaning and disinfection.
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