Connecting the Omron HEM-9200/9210 Blood Pressure Monitor to Allie on iOS

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Allie features Bluetooth integration with Omron HEM-9200T and HEM-9210 blood pressure monitors. This guide provides best practices to ensure seamless transfer of blood pressure data from the blood pressure cuff to the Allie iOS application.

In order to pair the device, please make sure you have done the following during the installation process, completing all of the following:

    • Given Allie access to Bluetooth
    • Allowed Notifications from Allie
    • Turned Bluetooth ON for your phone

For best results, we recommend making sure that you are using the most recent versions of Allie and that your phone's operating system is up to date. More information on checking your settings/updating Allie can be found here.

You will also need to make sure you see an option for "Blood Pressure" in Allie. If you do not see this option, please with your technician or Healthcare Provider to make sure that have set you up correctly

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Pairing Instructions

  1. Turn blood pressure monitor upside down and make note of PIN on the bottom of the device
  2. Open your Allie app, and navigate to Settings using the lines at the bottom right of the screen
  3. Select "Connected Devices"
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  4. Under "Blood Pressure Monitor" you should see the text "Unknown". Tap the text that says "Unknown"
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  5. You will now be on Step 1 - you can insert the batteries now to enter pairing mode. If the batteries were already inserted, remove them, tap the "Start/Stop" button 3-4 times, and then re-insert them
  6. The device should now be in Bluetooth pairing mode, with a flashing P displayed on the screen.
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  7. Tap "Continue" in Allie to proceed from Step 1
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  8. Below "Active devices near you", wait until you see the blood pressure cuff. Then tap "Start Pairing"
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  9. You should see a "Bluetooth Pairing request" pop-up. Tap the field and enter the PIN number, then tap "Pair"
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  10. You should then see the "Success" screen in Allie, as well as the following on the screen of your cuff, indicating the status is "OK"cuff-pair-success.png
  11. Tap "Done" in Allie (there may be a few second delay before this option is available)
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  12. You'll be returned to the Connected Devices screen and should see the model number below Blood Pressure Monitor. It may appear "Connected" or "Not connected" - either is fine.
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Your monitor has now successfully paired so any readings you take will be sent to Allie!

Uploading Blood Pressure Readings to Allie

  1. When you are ready to take your blood pressure, open Allie and keep it open while you take your blood pressure
  2. Wrap the blood pressure cuff around your upper arm above the elbow
  3. Press the START/STOP button on the blood pressure monitor
  4. The blood pressure cuff will inflate and then deflate. You will see the numbers go up and then back down on the cuff. This process may take up to a minute to complete.
  5. When the cuff is finished, it will display your blood pressure and resting heart rate. Make sure you also see the "Connected" icon here:
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  6. When the Connected icon disappears, your readings should then be visible in Allie
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  7. You can now turn off the blood pressure cuff using the "Start/Stop" button

For general troubleshooting, please see here

You can also see this section on troubleshooting specific issues with the blood pressure cuff.

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