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You sync your cell phone to the BP786, and then the data is transmitted via Bluetooth to you your cellphone from the monitor. After the data is moved to your cellphone, the data is automatically wirelessly transmitted to the Omron Cloud from your cellphone. You need to first create a free account at www.omronwellness… see more You sync your cell phone to the BP786, and then the data is transmitted via Bluetooth to you your cellphone from the monitor. After the data is moved to your cellphone, the data is automatically wirelessly transmitted to the Omron Cloud from your cellphone. You need to first create a free account at www.omronwellness.com. After the data is wirelessly transmitted to the Omron Cloud, you can login to your Omron account via a web browser, and view graphs of your data. At www.omronwellness.com, there is the option to export the data. This part is a bit tricky in that you need to 1) hit "export" then 2) select your goals then 3) hit "print table" (NOT "export csv") then 4) from the drop-down menu at the top, you need to select the format you want, either PDF, CSV, Excel, RTF, TIFF, or web archive. see less You sync your cell phone to the BP786, and then the data is transmitted via Bluetooth to you your cellphone from the monitor. After the data is moved to your cellphone, the data is automatically wirelessly transmitted to the Omron Cloud from your cellphone. You need to first create a free account at www.omronwellness.com. After the data is wirelessly transmitted to the Omron Cloud, you can login to your Omron account via a web browser, and view graphs of your data. At www.omronwellness.com, there is the option to export the data. This part is a bit tricky in that you need to 1) hit "export" then 2) select your goals then 3) hit "print table" (NOT "export csv") then 4) from the drop-down menu at the top, you need to select the format you want, either PDF, CSV, Excel, RTF, TIFF, or web archive.
GraceJean
· September 23, 2014
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Yes, but in order to do so you have to give your private medical data to Omron. Their privacy policy states that they collect it and that they transfer it to third parties.
Jim McCorison
· January 20, 2018
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No it is not. Brought mine to my physician's office and compared it to their sphygmomanometer. Systolic was 20 points higher and diastolic was 10 points higher than the physician's readings. The doctor said this is unacceptable.
Mellow Mel
· April 19, 2017
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It does not have a USB port. It can comunicate via 'Bluetooth' to a Apple or Android smart phone. you will need to dowlnload the 'Omron Wellness' app from the appropriate app store. Once the app is setup and you sync with the monitor, your data is sent to your private account on the Omronwellness web site. There you ca… see more It does not have a USB port. It can comunicate via 'Bluetooth' to a Apple or Android smart phone. you will need to dowlnload the 'Omron Wellness' app from the appropriate app store. Once the app is setup and you sync with the monitor, your data is sent to your private account on the Omronwellness web site. There you can see and track your readings from your computer. For more info, go to omronwellness.com see less It does not have a USB port. It can comunicate via 'Bluetooth' to a Apple or Android smart phone. you will need to dowlnload the 'Omron Wellness' app from the appropriate app store. Once the app is setup and you sync with the monitor, your data is sent to your private account on the Omronwellness web site. There you can see and track your readings from your computer. For more info, go to omronwellness.com
John A.
· January 4, 2015
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yes, the one i got has "AC input 100-240V" printed on the side of the adapter.
Nilo Tan
· October 17, 2014
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if you have itunes on your computer, it is supposed to work. I haven't tried it. I use my phone.
Prof121
· November 10, 2015
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My arm is 20in fits fine
Wildman523
· December 21, 2014
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BP786 has not been manufactured since 2014. The unit Amazon is shipping is BP786N. The box the unit comes in says BP786 because the packaging was never updated but the unit inside the box is the BP786N and the manual is for the BP786N.
Dave Cherne
· April 8, 2017
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Says it will fit a 9" - 17" bicep circumference.
Robert Thompson
· October 17, 2014
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The Intellisense feature senses what your upper limit will be when the cuff is pressuring up si it will go about 30 points higher. No need to go to 180 if your upper blood pressure is 110. Not faulty. Designed to do that.
Mike
· March 27, 2015