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Frequently Asked Questions

General questions

Prior to each test, the Accu-Chek Mobile system checks for damage to the test area (e.g. influence of humidity on the chemistry). To do so, the Accu-Chek Mobile system checks the quotient of the measurement values of the white area on the tape cassette and the test area. If the test area is not “fair” enough, a test is not possible with this test area and an error message is displayed.

Results and settings remain saved in the meter while batteries are changed or if the meter is stored without batteries.

Re-dosing is not possible with the Accu-Chek Mobile system. Under dosing (i.e. the application of too little blood or the unilateral application of blood to the test area) is detected by the system and an error message displayed.

The Accu-Chek Mobile meter is delivered with time and date factory set. Power supply is served by a 3rd coil cell battery that is incorporated. During storage a protection foil avoids that the 2 AAA batteries lose any power and the preset is running based on the power of the coin cell.
When using your meter for the very first time, you do not have to insert the AAA batteries, just pull out the protective battery foil and the AAA batteries take power supply over.

The test area works with blood or control solution quantities in a range from 0.3 μL to 5.0 μL. The special sink area deals specially with excessive sample dosing storing up to 5.0 μL.

Each cassette contains an RFID (radiofrequency identification) chip. This automatically codes the meter when a test cassette is inserted and informs the meter about the specific properties of the chemistry in this cassette. Coding is not necessary.

The Accu-Chek Mobile system stores up to 2,000 test results with date, time and flags.

The test result is independent from altitude for up to 4,000m (13,123 feet).

With the Accu-Chek Mobile system the user cannot delete stored results. If all 2,000 memory locations are occupied, the oldest test result is deleted to create space for the newest test result.

You can set flags to describe certain events connected with a particular blood glucose result, or particular characteristics of the result. You can only flag a result if you open the Set flag menu whilst the result is initially displayed. Flags cannot be set retrospectively. The flags available to the user are:

  1. Before meal
  2. After meal
  3. Other
  4. Control test

There are 3 types of averages available:

  1.  For all values (except control test, general flagged results, or test results displayed as low or high)
  2.  For values that were flagged with before the meal (except control test, general flagged results, or test results displayed as low or high)
  3.  For values that were flagged with after the meal (except control test, general flagged results, or test results displayed as low or high)

For each group the average can be calculated based on the last 7, 14, 30, or 90 days.

You can set a test reminder after a test has been performed. These reminders can be set to occur in 1, 1.5, 2, or 3 hours in the future and occur only once. In addition up to 7 standard individually programmable test reminders, which are repeated daily, can be set. When either type of test reminder occurs, the user can directly initiate a new test via the user interface.


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Accu-Chek Mobile

Accu-Chek Mobile- Innovation for insulin users
Item Description

With strip-free technology, the next generation of testing is here. This unique system is the smart choice for people who are on the go and don’t want to worry about running out of strips or lancets. Easy and quick testing takes only 4 simple steps, making it easier to monitor your blood glucose more often.

Product Manuals


121 x 63 x 20 mm


2000 tests


50 tests


Approx. 5 seconds


Accu-Chek FastClix

Benefits and features
  • Clinically proven to help reduce HbA1c1,2
  • 4 simple steps to perform a test:
  1. Open cover
  2. Take blood sample
  3. Apply sample
  4. Read results and close cover
  • There are no single test strips to handle or dispose
  • 26 languages
  • No coding required
  • Reports 7, 14, 30, and 90 day averages
  • The Accu-Chek FastClix integrated lancing device:
Additional Specifications
Measuring time:

Approximately 5 seconds

Memory capacity:

Approximately 2000 measurements with time and date

Measuring conditions:

Temperature: +10° C to +40° C (+50° F to +104° F)
Temperature flagging: +8° C to +10° C or +40° C to +42° C (+46.4º F to 50º F or 104º F to 107.6 º F)


2 alkaline-manganese batteries (1.5 V; type AAA, LR 03, AM 4 or micro) or 2 lithium batteries (1.5 V; type AAA, FR 03, L 92), backup battery (not changeable): 3-volt lithium coin cell type CR1025

Battery life:

Approximately 500 measurements, or approximately 1 year. This could be less if settings that require more power consumption are used, e.g. if the brightness of the display is set to level 3, or the volume is set to level 4 or 5, or in acoustic mode.


121 x 63 x 20 mm (L x W x H) (with lancing device)


Approximately 129 g (with batteries, test cassette, lancing device, and lancet drum)

Storage conditions:

With battery: -10° C to +50° C (+14° F to +122° F)
Without battery: -25° C to +70° C (-13° F to +158° F)
With batteries and with test cassette: +2° C to 30° C


Between 15% and 85% with relative humidity during testing


7 individually programmable test reminders

The Accu-Chek Mobile test cassette :
  • Contains 50 tests on a continuous tape
  • Tests require 0.3 μl of blood to conduct a test
  • Test area can accommodate up to 5.0 μl of blood

Use test cassette within 90 days of opening

The Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device :
  • 6 preloaded lancets in a drum
  • Easy, hygienic disposal
  • Quick, virtually pain-free
* ExAct = Experience in Accu-Chek integrated strip-free systems:

1. Maran A. et al: Use of an integrated strip-free blood glucose monitoring system increases frequency of self-monitoring and improves glycemic control: Results from the ExAct study. Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology 1 (2014) 161-166.

2. Fortwaengler K, et al. Better Adherence And Glycemic Control With The Integrated Strip-free Accu-Chek Mobile System At Marginal Extra Cost - Learnings From The ExAct Study. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics (2014) 16:[Suppl1].