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Re: [IP] Isig



ISIG is the signal strength coming in from the sensor transmitter.
During calibration, the pump figures out what number to multiply ISIG by to
get your blood sugar, and uses this ratio until the next time you re-calibrate.

Michael Strong

At 11:31 PM 10/28/2012, you wrote:
>A friend has a new Medtronics Revel pump.
>She just started using the sensors.
>I was showing her about the blood sugar/isig ratios, when I noticed 
>that her isig was 10 on the third day.
>How could it be this low on the third day?
>Mine usually starts out in the 30s.
>
>
>Thanks for any help
>
>Michael Strong
>.
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