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The LED of the button of BPM Core can be:

  • Blue: if BPM Core hasn't been paired with a mobile device yet.
  • Purple: if you press and hold the monitor's button for 6 seconds until 'Training' is displayed on the screen. 
    The LED can also be purple during firmware updates or when BPM Core has been factory reset.
  • Green: if BPM Core has been paired with a mobile device.
    The LED can also be green for optimal and normal blood pressure measurements. Click here for more information.
  • Orange: if BPM Core has a low battery (you can still take a measurement) or if there is an error during the advanced blood pressure measurement mode (1 error authorized on 3 measurements).
    The LED can also be green for high normal blood pressure measurements. Click here for more information.
  • Red: if BPM Core has no battery or if there is an error during the blood pressure or stethoscope measurement.
    The LED can also be red if hypertension (grade 1, 2, 3) and isolated systolic hypertension are detected. Click here for more information.
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