|The official system requirements indicate only Windows is supported.|
First, I install the reader to the USB port on your Mac. I get a notification of an error, but I just ignore it.
|First a flash||Then blinking|
And there it is, Smart Pix software on my standard Safari browser.
Once the transfer is complete, I get a notification...
... and can then access the information from my meter.
The same works with the pump. I click Read Device, set the pump to data transfer mode and put it in front of the receiver.
After the transfer is complete, I can see also the pump data in Smart Pix.
previous post, all the data from before the change from daylight saving time to standard time is unaccessible to Smart Pix, so here I only see a short period of data.
I can then examine the data with all the views and graphs Smart Pix has to offer, and also generate the report.
If I want, I can 'print' the report and save it as a PDF file to be sent to my healthcare team to look at.
So, works for me!
On my Windows machine I use a different version of Smart Pix that actually preserves all my data in an internal database, and therefore allows me to view data from an even longer period of time. But apart from that, the software works pretty well for me also on my Mac.
Please feel free to let me know in the comments if your Mac behaves differently.
Update: Please note the response from Accu-Chek. The software has not been certified to work with Mac, so you're using it on your own risk!
@mrinnetmaki TY for the mention pls note the SmartPix is not approved/cleared in the manner you've described in your blog.
— Accu-Chek US (@accuchek_us) October 29, 2014