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 Tandem® t:slim X2™ Insulin Pump

Enjoy more freedom managing diabetes with the t:slim X2 TM insulin pump, which hosts many advanced features for today's modern world.
  • No fingersticks when integrated with the Dexcom G6® Mobile CGM*
  • One of two predictive technologies available: Control-IQ or Basal-IQ®
  • Control-IQ advanced hybrid closed-loop technology adjusts insulin delivery while still allowing manual bolus adjustment
  • Basal-IQ® technology reduces the frequency and duration of low glucose events
  • Remote software updates available to keep the pump up to date with the latest technology
  • Quickly view insulin delivery and glucose history with just a few taps
  • In-depth analysis capabilities with the t:connect® web-based application
  • Large color touch screen to access all pump functions
  • Watertight construction tested to 3 feet for up to 30 minutes
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Customizable settings with up to six profiles
  • Rechargeable battery via micro-USB port
* If glucose alerts and readings from the Dexcom G6® CGM System do not match symptoms or expectations, use a blood glucose meter to make diabetes treatment decisions.


Insulin Pump Specs:

  • Memory: 90 days
  • Use with Water: Watertight – 3 ft. for 30 mins.
  • Size: 2″ x 3.13″ x 0.6″
  • Weight: 3.95 oz. with full reservoir
  • Battery: Rechargeable lithium polymer battery
  • Backlight: Yes
  • Screen Display: Color touch screen
  • Available Colors: Black
  • Basal Rate Minimum Start: 0.001 units at programmed rates > 0.1 units/hour
  • Total Basal Rates/Profiles: 6 profiles, 16 timed settings per profile
  • Temporary Basal Rate: Yes (from 15 mins. to 72 hrs.)
  • Minimum Bolus Increments: 0.01 units
  • Reservoir Capacity: 300 units
  • Data Management: t:connect® Mobile App and t:connect® web application
  • Compatibility: Check the Tandem® Diabetes site for support

For important safety information, click here.

CGM Specs:

  • Sensor Life: 10 days
  • Angle of Sensor Insertion: 45 degrees
  • Sensor Gauge: 26 (needle)
  • Receiver Size: 4″ x 1.8″ x 0.5″
  • Displays Directional Trends: Yes
  • Displays Glucose Numbers: Yes, every 5 minutes
  • Approved Age Range: w/Dexcom G6 TM – Ages 2+ | w/Control-IQ TM or Basal-IQ® – Ages 6+
  • Customizable Alarms for High & Low Settings: Yes
  • Alarms for Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia: Yes
  • Control-IQ TM – increase or decrease basal to ensure time in range; adjustments for sleep and exercise, maintaining 80-180 mg/dL; auto-correction for hyperglycemia
  • Basal-IQ® – low glucose suspend if level predicted to go below 80 mg/dL in next 30 minutes, resuming insulin when levels rise
  • Range of Receiver to Transmitter or Smart Device: 20 ft.
  • Transmitter Battery Life: 3 months
  • Transmitter Size: 1.5″ x 0.9″ x 0.5″
  • Water Resistant Sensor and Transmitter: Yes, 8 ft. for 24 hrs.
  • Download Capability: Auto remote software updates; t:connect® Mobile App for smartphone

For important safety information, click here.

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