I'm not sure whether the "problem" is with the Ping or with the EZ Manager software, but here goes.

I uploaded my meter data to the Diasend site, then printed out a month worh of history (BG, Bolus, Basal, etc. etc.)

While reviewing the data, I noticed that there were numerous instances of several BG readings, one after the other, at the same time. In every case, there were also an equal number of basal readings stacked one under the other.

I know *I* didn't do multiple BG tests all at once, and get different readings, and the same is true for the basal rate.

Have you experienced this? Is it a pump problem?

(By the way, just to check, I downloaded my data into EZ Manager, and it showed the same thing.

In case you're a bit confused as to what I'm seeing, the log would look like


00 01 02 03 04 (these are "times")
BG 70 90 230
80
70

BAS .350 .350 .350
.350
.350

(Thiis happens at ANY hour...NOT just at Midnight ("00")

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OK....shortly after posting the question above, I think I figured out the multiple BG readings (they are actual readings I took 15 minutes apart after a low ??).
I'm still not sure about the multiple basal readings, though...

...Joe
If the pump is suspended and then resumed it will show a the basal segment at time it was resumed. . .

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