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    TensRelief Wireless TENS

    1 channel using 2 electrodes, Wireless controlled, Integrated activity monitor, 8 programs PR3093/00

    Troubleshooting

    How do I read the TensRelief activity graphs on the control unit?

    There are 3 different types of activity graphs on the control unit: day view, week view and month view.

    Day view:

    The day view shows your activity level over the last 24 hours. The height of the bars shows how many minutes you have been active. The horizontal line (A) shows your average activity level and allows you to establish if your activity level over the day was above or below average

    Week view:

    The week view shows your activity level over the last 7 days, including today. The letters below the graph indicate the days of the week. The height of the bars shows how many hours per day you have been active over the past week. The horizontal line (A) shows your average activity level over the past 6 days. This line allows you to establish if the activity level in the past week was above or below average. It also allows you to establish on which days of the past week your activity level was above or below average

    Month view:

    The month view shows your activity level over the last four weeks, including today. The weeks are indicated by the numbers below the graph. The height of the bars shows how many hours per day you have been active over the past four weeks. The horizontal line (A) shows your average activity level over the last month. This line allows you to establish if your activity level over the last month was below or above average. It also allows you to establish on which days your activity level was above or below average

    The information on this page applies to the following models: PR3093/00 , PR3094/00 .

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