This website is intended to provide description of protocols (or “Computer Interface Specifications”) for various glucometers.
As few manufacturers publish documentation of their meters’ protocols, the majority of the content is produced by reverse engineering the data transmission between meters and PCs, and documenting it.
See reverse engineering contribution suggestions for details on how to contribute new protocols.
CLSI (Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute) develop and publish protocols that are used by some meter manufacturers.
The two main relevant documents are:
These are proprietary, not freely available standards.
Many Bluetooth glucometers implement GATT Services, which then reference the following specifications:
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Use the information you’ll find in this page for whatever purpose you see fit, but there is no warranty about the accuracy of this information.
Most of the information has been reverse engineerd by individual contributors, see the individual page for details.