If your BP monitor shows readings with a decimal point (example: 18.0) this means that it is in kpa mode instead of mmHg mode. To change this, please follow the following steps depending on the model:

UAM-710:

  • Turn the BP monitor off (blank display).

  • Push the set button and keep it pushed for 5 seconds. Release the set button and the date (year) starts flashing.  

  • Keep pushing the set button until 0.0 appears in the display.

  • Push the mem button 1 time until 0 appears in the display.

  • Push the set button, the display shows "done" and device turns off. 

Readings are now displayed in mmHg mode again.


UAM-830:

  • Turn the BP monitor off (blank display)

  • Push the memory button and keep it pushed until 0.0 appears on the display. Release the mem button

  • Push the mem button one more time and 0.0 changes to 0

  • Push the START/STOP button to turn the monitor off.

Readings are now displayed in mmHg mode again.


UAM-880/881:

  • Turn the BP monitor off (blank display)

  • Push the mode butten a couple of times until 0.0 is displayed in large numbers.

  • Push the mem button one more time and 0.0 changes to 0

  • Push the START/STOP button to turn the monitor off.

Readings are now displayed in mmHg mode again.