FreeStyle Libre 2 Plus Sensor

FreeStyle Libre 2 Plus Sensor from Abbott

The FreeStyle Libre 2 plus is a 15 day Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) that integrates with Tandem t:slim X2 insulin pump. The Libre 2 plus provides CGM readings every 1 minute and does not exhibit vitamin C interaction. 

Libre 2 Plus Sensor

Sensor Duration:
Up to 15 days
Warmup Time:
1 hour
Approved For Children:
Indicated for 2 years and older
Share Follow Capability:
Fingerstick Calibration Required:
No fingersticks required (however, if glucose alerts and readings from this device do not match symptoms or expectations, users are advised to use a blood glucose meter to make diabetes treatment decisions).
Customizable Alerts Alarms:
Real time alarms* without scanning. Alarms trigger when glucose readings cross customized levels.
Overall 8.2% MARD over 14 days
Covered By Medicare:
Medicare coverage is available for the FreeStyle Libre 2 system if a compatible smartphone is used in conjunction with the FreeStyle Libre 2 reader to review glucose data. Medicare and other third party payor criteria apply
Insulin Pump Compatibility:
Recommended Placement:
Back of upper arm
Additional Details:
  • Measures glucose accurately every minute. 40-400mg/dL range2
  • FreeStyle Libre 2 Plus sensor connects via Bluetooth to the Tandem t:slim X2 insulin pump. Glucose data is visualized on the t:connect mobile app and t:slim X2 insulin pump every minute

Transmitter Sensor Size:
0.2 in x 1.4 in
Receiver Size:
3.7 in x 2.4 in x 0.63 in
Sensor: 1 silver oxide battery Reader: 1 lithium-ion rechargeable battery
Transmitter Range:
Sensor transmission range - 20 feet unobstructed. Sensor and reader must be within 1.5 inches of each other to scan.
Continuous Data Transmission:
No. Measures every minute but displays at user request. Requires scan every 8 hours for continuous data.

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